envisage

All Verb Noun
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  • Seven years passed like that instead of one to two years as he had envisaged.
  • The advice they received envisaged that only very limited public access would be possible.
  • I could envisage now so many things of such a character. Cited from The White Invaders, by Raymond King Cummings
  • Yet we must envisage some of these if we are to be prepared for their effect upon us. Cited from New York Times Current History: The European War, May 1915, V. 2, No. 2
  • Plans envisage the construction of a system of a similar length to the original one.
  • What had parted them, and how did they to-day envisage one another? Cited from Deadham Hard, by Lucas Malet
  • This system would therefore be able to scale to the large numbers of objects envisaged.
  • How do you think the local authorities would envisage such an arbitrary step? Cited from South Wind, by Norman Douglas
  • And he was horror enough for any man in my circumstances to envisage. Cited from The Strolling Saint, by Rafael Sabatini
  • This was more development than had originally been envisaged but it brought about the structure of the estate as seen today.
  • We both envisaged a situation where it would be kind of like trying to get her into a snow suit.
  • The production was initially envisaged as a film rather than a television adaptation.
  • The original plans for the area envisaged it as much larger.
  • It was envisaged that the station's District line service would have been replaced by the new line.
  • He envisages it being used for both educational and research purposes.
  • Plans envisaged using the building only for six months and then dismantling it.
  • It was originally envisaged that the council would choose persons from outside of the municipal body.
  • A decision has still to be made regarding which of the two systems will go on to become the single system originally envisaged.
  • There is now a sense of well-being, which could not be envisaged in the not too-distant past.
  • First, the site is too small to contain a Parliament Building as was initially envisaged.
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