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Mental perception or consideration:
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  1. Mental perception or consideration:
  2. The act or fact of seeing:
  3. Field of vision:
A slight or faint trace:
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  1. A slight or faint trace:
  2. (Folklore) A dead person's disembodied spirit, esp. when thought of as appearing to the living as a pale, shadowy apparition
  3. The spirit or soul
The act of perceiving or the ability to perceive; mental grasp of objects, qualities, etc. by means of the senses; awareness; comprehension
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  1. The act of perceiving or the ability to perceive; mental grasp of objects, qualities, etc. by means of the senses; awareness; comprehension
  2. Insight or knowledge gained by thinking:
  3. The process or state of being aware of something:
The act by which something is perceived.
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  1. The act by which something is perceived.
Plural form of optic
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  1. Plural form of optic
  2. The scientific study of light and vision. The study of optics led to the development of more general theories of electromagnetic radiation and theories of color.
  3. The branch of physics dealing with the nature and properties of light and vision
Range of vision; view.
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  1. Range of vision; view.
  2. The power of seeing; sight; vision
  3. Vision or the faculty of sight
Thoughtful regard or provision for the future; prudent forethought
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  1. Thoughtful regard or provision for the future; prudent forethought
  2. The ability or action of imagining or anticipating what might happen in the future.
  3. The power to foresee
The ability to distinguish; judgement.
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  1. The ability to distinguish; judgement.
  2. The power of discerning; keen perception or judgment; insight; acumen
  3. Keenness of insight and judgment.
A perception produced by this ability.
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  1. A perception produced by this ability.
  2. A clear understanding of the inner nature of some specific thing
  3. The ability to discern the true nature of a situation, especially by intuition.
Something known or learned in this way
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  1. Something known or learned in this way
  2. The direct knowing or learning of something without the conscious use of reasoning; immediate understanding
An inspired guess or presentiment.
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  1. An inspired guess or presentiment.
  2. A successful guess or intuitive perception
  3. The art or act of foretelling future events or revealing occult knowledge by means of augury or an alleged supernatural agency.
The quality of being astute.
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Knowledge or awareness of something before its existence or occurrence; prescience.
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  1. Knowledge or awareness of something before its existence or occurrence; prescience.
Apparent knowledge of things before they happen or come into being
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  1. Apparent knowledge of things before they happen or come into being
  2. Knowledge of actions or events before they occur; foresight.
The condition of being unable to focus on near objects; presbyopia
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  1. The condition of being unable to focus on near objects; presbyopia
  2. The quality of being considerate about what might happen in the future
The ability to confront and deal with reality by using the creative power of the mind; resourcefulness:
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  1. The ability to confront and deal with reality by using the creative power of the mind; resourcefulness:
  2. The ability to form mental images of things that are not present to the senses or not considered to be real:
  3. (Obs.) An evil plan or scheme
(Rare) Critical taste or judgment in art, dress, etc.
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  1. (Rare) Critical taste or judgment in art, dress, etc.
  2. The mental faculty through which whims, visions, and fantasies are summoned up; imagination, especially of a whimsical or fantastic nature.
  3. An arbitrary idea; notion; caprice; whim
A work of fiction portraying highly characters or settings that have no counterparts in the real world
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  1. A work of fiction portraying highly characters or settings that have no counterparts in the real world
  2. (Music) A coin issued especially by a questionable authority and not intended for use as currency.
  3. A capricious or fantastic idea; a conceit.
A person or thing very much like another; copy; counterpart; likeness
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  1. A person or thing very much like another; copy; counterpart; likeness
  2. A typical example or embodiment:
  3. A mental picture of something; conception; idea; impression
A general idea or understanding of something:
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  1. A general idea or understanding of something:
  2. A central or unifying idea or theme
  3. An original idea, design, etc.; conception
The act, process, or power of conceiving mentally; formulation of ideas, esp. of abstractions
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  1. The act, process, or power of conceiving mentally; formulation of ideas, esp. of abstractions
  2. Something conceived in the mind or believed by a group of people; a concept, thought, or belief:
  3. An original idea, design, plan, etc.
The state or quality of being ideal or of existing only in the mind
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  1. The state or quality of being ideal or of existing only in the mind
  2. Something that is only ideal and has no reality
  3. Existence in idea only.
The gist or significance:
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  1. The gist or significance:
  2. A plan, purpose, or goal:
  3. A sense that something can happen; a notion or expectation:
(Proper) The last book of the New Testament, ascribed to John (in full The Revelation of Saint John the Divine); Apocalypse
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  1. (Proper) The last book of the New Testament, ascribed to John (in full The Revelation of Saint John the Divine); Apocalypse
  2. Something revealed, especially a dramatic disclosure of something not previously known or realized.
  3. (Theol.) Communication, by a divinity or by divine agency, of divine truth or knowledge; specif., God's manifestation of the divinity or of the divine will to humanity
The imaginary object apparently seen, heard, etc.
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  1. The imaginary object apparently seen, heard, etc.
  2. The apparent perception of sights, sounds, etc. that are not actually present: it may occur in certain mental disorders
  3. Perception of visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, or gustatory experiences without an external stimulus and with a compelling sense of their reality, usually resulting from a mental disorder or as a response to a drug.
A genre of electronic dance music with a fast tempo, repetitive phrasing, and often an hypnotic effect.
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  1. A genre of electronic dance music with a fast tempo, repetitive phrasing, and often an hypnotic effect.
  2. A state of altered consciousness, somewhat resembling sleep, during which voluntary movement is lost, as in hypnosis
  3. In spiritualistic belief, a condition in which a medium passes under the control of some external force, as for the transmission of communications from the dead during a séance
Intense joy or delight.
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  1. Intense joy or delight.
  2. A state of emotion so intense that one is carried beyond rational thought and self-control:
  3. (Slang) An illegal, mildly psychedelic derivative of amphetamine, C11H15NO2, that slows down reactions and thought; MDMA
Any mental image or representation
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  1. Any mental image or representation
  2. A person or thing that is something in appearance but not in fact
  3. Something apparently seen, heard, or sensed, but having no physical reality; a ghost or apparition.
A ghostly figure; a specter.
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  1. A ghostly figure; a specter.
  2. Anything that appears unexpectedly or in an extraordinary way
  3. A phantom or ghost
The spectral figure of a person supposedly seen as a premonition just before that person's death
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  1. The spectral figure of a person supposedly seen as a premonition just before that person's death
  2. The ghost of a dead person.
  3. A ghost
A ghostly apparition; a phantom.
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  1. A ghostly apparition; a phantom.
  2. Any object of fear or dread
  3. A ghost; apparition
The end of the world, especially as described in one of these texts.
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  1. The end of the world, especially as described in one of these texts.
  2. Any of various Jewish and Christian pseudonymous writings (c. 200 b.c.-c. a.d. 300) depicting symbolically the ultimate destruction of evil and triumph of good
  3. A prophetic disclosure; a revelation.
An event or experience that is intensely distressing.
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  1. An event or experience that is intensely distressing.
  2. A dream arousing feelings of intense fear, horror, and distress.
  3. A demon or spirit once thought to plague sleeping people.
The Holy Spirit.
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  1. The Holy Spirit.
  2. Strong loyalty or dedication:
  3. An attitude marked by enthusiasm, energy, or courage:
A man who practices witchcraft, esp. black magic; sorcerer
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  1. A man who practices witchcraft, esp. black magic; sorcerer
  2. A man claiming or popularly believed to practice sorcery or witchcraft.
(Botany) A bud on a twig or tuber:
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  1. (Botany) A bud on a twig or tuber:
  2. An organ of vision or of light sensitivity.
  3. (Anatomy) The vertebrate organ of sight, composed of a pair of fluid-filled spherical structures that occupy the orbits of the skull. Incoming light is refracted by the cornea of the eye and transmitted through the pupil to the lens, which focuses the image onto the retina.
Range of vision; view.
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  1. Range of vision; view.
  2. Vision or the faculty of sight
  3. The power of seeing; sight; vision
The sense or power of sight; vision
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  1. The sense or power of sight; vision
  2. The clarity of focus of an image in a telescope, measured by the angular size of a single star in that image.
  3. The act of using the eyes to see
The act or fact of seeing:
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  1. The act or fact of seeing:
  2. The act of seeing; perception by the eyes
  3. A device used to assist aim by guiding the eye, as on a firearm or surveying instrument.
An expression of the eyes:
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  1. An expression of the eyes:
  2. Electromagnetic energy of a wavelength just outside the range the human eye can detect, such as infrared light and ultraviolet light.
  3. The sensation that light stimulates in the organs of sight
The condition of being unable to focus on near objects; presbyopia
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  1. The condition of being unable to focus on near objects; presbyopia
  2. The quality of being considerate about what might happen in the future
Thoughtful regard or provision for the future; prudent forethought
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  1. Thoughtful regard or provision for the future; prudent forethought
  2. The ability or action of imagining or anticipating what might happen in the future.
  3. The power to foresee
Apparent knowledge of things before they happen or come into being
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  1. Apparent knowledge of things before they happen or come into being
  2. Knowledge of actions or events before they occur; foresight.
A spontaneous and fanciful series of thoughts while awake not connected to immediate reality.
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  1. A spontaneous and fanciful series of thoughts while awake not connected to immediate reality.
  2. A pleasant, dreamlike thinking or wishing; reverie
  3. A dreamlike musing or fantasy while awake, especially of the fulfillment of wishes or hopes.
Anything so lovely, charming, transitory, etc. as to seem dreamlike
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  1. Anything so lovely, charming, transitory, etc. as to seem dreamlike
  2. (Informal) One that is exceptionally gratifying, excellent, or beautiful:
  3. A wild fancy or unrealistic hope:
The mental faculty through which whims, visions, and fantasies are summoned up; imagination, especially of a whimsical or fantastic nature.
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  1. The mental faculty through which whims, visions, and fantasies are summoned up; imagination, especially of a whimsical or fantastic nature.
  2. The enthusiasts or fans of a sport or pursuit considered as a group.
  3. (Rare) Critical taste or judgment in art, dress, etc.
The creative imagination; unrestrained fancy.
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  1. The creative imagination; unrestrained fancy.
  2. (Music) A coin issued especially by a questionable authority and not intended for use as currency.
  3. A genre of fiction or other artistic work characterized by fanciful or supernatural elements.
Something accepted as fact for the sake of convenience, although not necessarily true
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  1. Something accepted as fact for the sake of convenience, although not necessarily true
  2. Works in this category:
  3. Narrative, explanatory material, or belief that is not true or has been imagined or fabricated:
Something invented, made up, or fabricated:
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  1. Something invented, made up, or fabricated:
A fine transparent net fabric, used for dresses or trimmings.
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  1. A fine transparent net fabric, used for dresses or trimmings.
  2. Something that is erroneously perceived or construed:
  3. A trick, as one designed or performed by a stage magician, appearing to defy ordinary physical laws
(Philos.) A mental impression of a real person or thing
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  1. (Philos.) A mental impression of a real person or thing
  2. A perception of something that has no physical reality; figment of the mind; esp., a specter, or ghost
  3. Something apparently seen but having no physical reality; a phantom or an apparition.
Alternative form of phantasm.
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A state of dreaming while awake; a loose or irregular train of thought; musing or meditation; daydream. [From 1657.]
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  1. A state of dreaming while awake; a loose or irregular train of thought; musing or meditation; daydream. [From 1657.]
  2. A dreamy, fanciful, or visionary notion or daydream
  3. Dreamy thinking or imagining, esp. of agreeable things; fanciful musing; daydreaming
A successful guess or intuitive perception
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  1. A successful guess or intuitive perception
  2. The art or act of foretelling future events or revealing occult knowledge by means of augury or an alleged supernatural agency.
  3. A prophecy; augury
In the Bible, the sanctuary of the Temple.
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  1. In the Bible, the sanctuary of the Temple.
  2. The response given through such a medium, often in the form of an enigmatic statement or allegory.
  3. A shrine consecrated to the worship and consultation of a prophetic deity, as that of Apollo at Delphi.
Such an inspired message or prediction transmitted orally or in writing.
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  1. Such an inspired message or prediction transmitted orally or in writing.
  2. Prediction of the future under divine or paranormal guidance; act, practice, or ability of a prophet
  3. A book of prophecies
A method of foretelling the future.
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  1. A method of foretelling the future.
  2. The art or practice of foretelling events.
  3. A prediction; a prophecy.
To cause an offspring to begin life
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  1. To cause an offspring to begin life
  2. To be of the opinion that; think:
  3. To hold as one's conviction or opinion; think; imagine
To conceive an image or a picture of, especially as a future possibility:
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  1. To conceive an image or a picture of, especially as a future possibility:
  2. To consider or regard in a certain way.
  3. To conceive or see something within one's mind. To imagine or envision.
To picture in the mind; imagine.
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  1. To picture in the mind; imagine.
  2. To imagine (something not yet in existence); picture in the mind
To believe something without being sure; suppose
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  1. To believe something without being sure; suppose
  2. To imagine or suppose:
  3. To take a romantic interest in (someone):
To indulge in fantasies
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  1. To indulge in fantasies
  2. To create or imagine in a fantasy; have daydreams about
  3. (Intransitive, usually with about) To indulge in fantasy; to imagine things only possible in fantasy.
To transmit (an exact replica of the contents of a storage device) to another storage device:
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  1. To transmit (an exact replica of the contents of a storage device) to another storage device:
  2. To picture mentally; imagine or visualize:
  3. To describe, especially so vividly as to evoke a mental picture:
To use the imagination
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  1. To use the imagination
  2. To have a notion of or about without adequate foundation; fancy or believe:
  3. To suppose; guess; think
To form a mental image of; visualize:
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  1. To form a mental image of; visualize:
  2. To describe or explain
  3. To form a mental picture or impression of; imagine
To foresee or imagine:
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  1. To foresee or imagine:
  2. To refer to or look at:
  3. To go and look:
To devise or evolve; invent:
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  1. To devise or evolve; invent:
  2. To use the mind in a certain way:
  3. To reason about or reflect on; ponder:
To render visible, as in an image or representation:
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  1. To render visible, as in an image or representation:
  2. To form a mental image of; envisage:
  3. To engage in psychological visualization with regard to something such as pain or a body process.
To sketch or show the features of
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  1. To sketch or show the features of
  2. (Informal) To picture mentally; imagine:
  3. (Dial.) To look like; favor
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