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  • Info To imagine means to form new images and sensations that are not perceived through the five physical senses.
  • It was just me trying to imagine what he would say to her.
  • We can only imagine a thing that would be a possible object of experience.
  • They can't imagine that people would want to be anything other than that.
  • Something that no one but her, could have even imagined doing in that age!
  • Much room was left to imagine the future of the space program.
  • Let us imagine that a user would like to record a television show.
  • Construction of the new road proved far more difficult than first imagined.
  • In each case he imagines a lay figure rather than a human being. Cited from The Pleasures of Ignorance, by Robert Lynd
  • Please imagine that for every six months we just saw him for very few minutes.
  • He imagined that by some means he could make music out of these sounds.
  • I can't imagine what they are going to do with it.
  • She spent her days imagining doing all sort of things and wrote about it.
  • They imagined the water tower thinking as it looked down on the school.
  • The find revealed the structure to have been somewhat larger than had been imagined.
  • This version re-imagined the main characters as coming from the world of dance.
  • Just imagine if I would have come back to Germany with a victory.
  • We can imagine how common it was since this was necessary.
  • To understand this one would only need to imagine a person being told something they did not understand.
  • I could never have imagined it being that kind of a film.
  • One imagines he would at least go look and see for himself!
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Meaning of imagine

  • verb Form a mental image of something that is not present or that is not the case
    Can you conceive of him as the president?