What is another word for imagine?

What is another word for imagine?

imagine

  1. conceit.
  2. [chiefly dialect],
  3. conceive,
  4. conjure (up),
  5. dream,
  6. envisage,
  7. envision,
  8. fancy,

What is the best synonym for imagine?

imagine

  • devise.
  • envisage.
  • envision.
  • fancy.
  • fantasy.
  • figure.
  • frame.
  • visualize.

Can also mean to imagine?

1’one can imagine the cloud-capped towers of the castle’ visualize, envisage, envision, picture, form a picture of, see in the mind’s eye, conjure up, conceptualize. dream about, fantasize about. dream up, think up, conceive, think of.

What word class is imagine?

verb (used with object), im·ag·ined, im·ag·in·ing. to form a mental image of (something not actually present to the senses). to think, believe, or fancy: He imagined the house was haunted. to assume; suppose: I imagine they’ll be here soon.

What does it mean if you imagine someone?

transitive to form a picture of something or someone in your mind.

What does imagine being mean?

to form a mental image of (something not actually present to the senses). to think, believe, or fancy: He imagined the house was haunted. to assume; suppose: I imagine they’ll be here soon. to conjecture; guess: I cannot imagine what you mean.

What does it mean to imagine someone?

transitive to form a picture of something or someone in your mind. She tried to imagine the scene.

Is it true that if you are thinking of someone they are thinking of you too?

It’s not definitive that if you’re thinking about a person, and maybe even if you’re unable to stop thinking or stop obsessing about that person, then they’re thinking about you. However, it is possible! It’s not good for your mental health to obsess over whether a person is thinking about you too.

What does imagine means?

To imagine is defined as to make a guess at or make a mental image of something. An example of to imagine is envisioning all people living peacefully.

What do you mean by word ‘imaginative’?

especially a creative imagination.

  • or characterized by imagination or creativity.
  • Tending to indulge in the fanciful or in make-believe.
  • Having no truth; false.
  • What is another word that means to imagine?

    Some common synonyms of imagine are conceive, envisage, envision, fancy, realize, and think. While all these words mean “to form an idea of,” imagine stresses a visualization. When is it sensible to use conceive instead of imagine?

    Is imagine a verb?

    verb (used with object), im·ag·ined, im·ag·in·ing. to form a mental image of (something not actually present to the senses). to think, believe, or fancy: He imagined the house was haunted. to assume; suppose: I imagine they’ll be here soon. to conjecture; guess: I cannot imagine what you mean. Archaic. to plan, scheme, or plot.