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Another word for vision

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Noun
  1. The faculty of seeing

      1. Electromagnetic radiation that is visible, perceivable by the normal human eye as colors between red and violet, having frequencies between 400 terahertz and 790 terahertz and wavelengths between 750 nanometers and 380 nanometers.
      2. Electromagnetic radiation of any frequency or wavelength.
      3. The sensation of perceiving light; brightness:
      1. The ability to see.
      2. Field of vision:
      3. The act or fact of seeing:
      1. Inasmuch as; in view of the fact:
      2. The clarity of focus of an image in a telescope, measured by the angular size of a single star in that image.
      1. The faculty of sight; vision.
      2. Range of vision; view.
      1. An organ of vision or of light sensitivity.
      2. Either of a pair of hollow structures located in bony sockets of the skull, functioning together or independently, each having a lens capable of focusing incident light on an internal photosensitive retina from which nerve impulses are sent to the brain; the vertebrate organ of vision.
      3. The external, visible portion of this organ together with its associated structures, especially the eyelids, eyelashes, and eyebrows.
    See also:

    see

  2. Something that is foretold by or as if by supernatural means

      1. The art or practice of foretelling events.
      2. A prediction; a prophecy.
      1. An inspired utterance of a prophet, viewed as a revelation of divine will.
      2. A prediction of the future, made under divine inspiration.
      3. Such an inspired message or prediction transmitted orally or in writing.
      1. A shrine consecrated to the worship and consultation of a prophetic deity, as that of Apollo at Delphi.
      2. A person, such as a priestess, through whom a deity is held to respond when consulted.
      3. The response given through such a medium, often in the form of an enigmatic statement or allegory.
      1. The art or act of foretelling future events or revealing occult knowledge by means of augury or an alleged supernatural agency.
      2. An inspired guess or presentiment.
      3. Something that has been divined.
    See also:

    foresight

Verb
  1. To form mental images of

      1. Any of the distinct parts of the face, as the eyes, nose, or mouth.
      2. The overall appearance of the face or its parts.
      3. A prominent or distinctive part, quality, or characteristic:
      1. To form a mental image of; envisage:
      2. To engage in psychological visualization with regard to (pain or a body process, for example).
      3. To render visible, as in an image or representation:
      1. To have or formulate in the mind:
      2. To reason about or reflect on; ponder:
      3. To decide by reasoning, reflection, or pondering:
      1. To perceive with the eye:
      2. To detect by means analogous to use of the eye:
      3. To attend or view as a spectator:
      1. A visual representation or image painted, drawn, photographed, or otherwise rendered on a flat surface.
      2. A visible image, especially one on a flat surface or screen:
      3. A vivid or realistic verbal description:
      1. To form a mental picture or image of:
      2. To think or suppose; conjecture:
      3. To have a notion of or about without adequate foundation; fancy or believe:
      1. A representation of the form of a person or object, such as a painting or photograph.
      2. A sculptured likeness.
      3. An optically formed duplicate, counterpart, or other representative reproduction of an object, especially an optical reproduction formed by a lens or mirror.
      1. To portray in the mind; imagine.
      2. To indulge in fantasies.
      1. Highly decorated:
      2. Complex or intricate:
      3. Elegantly fashionable or sophisticated:
      1. To picture in the mind; imagine.
      1. To conceive an image or a picture of, especially as a future possibility:
      2. To consider or regard in a certain way.
      1. To become pregnant with (offspring):
      2. To form or develop in the mind:
      3. To apprehend mentally; understand:
    See also:

    thoughts

Another word for vision

Noun
  1. The faculty of sight

  2. Something seen through powers of the mind

      1. Something, such as a thought or conception, that is the product of mental activity.
      2. An opinion, conviction, or principle:
      3. A plan, purpose, or goal:
      1. The state or quality of being ideal.
      2. Existence in idea only.
      1. Formation of a viable zygote by the union of the male sperm and female ovum; fertilization.
      2. The entity formed by the union of the male sperm and female ovum; an embryo or zygote.
      3. The ability to form or understand mental concepts and abstractions:
      1. A general idea or understanding of something:
      2. A plan or original idea:
      3. A unifying idea or theme, especially for a product or service:
      1. A representation of the form of a person or object, such as a painting or photograph.
      2. A sculptured likeness.
      3. An optically formed duplicate, counterpart, or other representative reproduction of an object, especially an optical reproduction formed by a lens or mirror.
      1. The creative imagination; unrestrained fancy.
      2. Something, such as an invention, that is a creation of the fancy.
      3. A capricious or fantastic idea; a conceit.
      1. Highly decorated:
      2. Complex or intricate:
      3. Elegantly fashionable or sophisticated:
      1. The ability to form mental images of things that are not present to the senses or not considered to be real:
      2. The formation of such images:
      3. One of these mental images:
    See also:

    thought

  3. Something seen by other than normal sight

      1. A man claiming or popularly believed to practice sorcery or witchcraft.
      1. A force or principle believed to animate living beings.
      2. A force or principle believed to animate humans and often to endure after departing from the body of a person at death; the soul.
      3. The Holy Spirit.
      1. A dream arousing feelings of intense fear, horror, and distress.
      2. An event or experience that is intensely distressing.
      3. A demon or spirit once thought to plague sleeping people.
      1. The Book of Revelation.
      2. Any of a number of anonymous Jewish or Christian texts from around the second century bc to the second century ad containing prophetic or symbolic visions, especially of the imminent destruction of the world and the salvation of the righteous.
      3. The end of the world, especially as described in one of these texts.
      1. A ghostly apparition; a phantom.
      2. A haunting or disturbing image or prospect:
      1. An apparition of someone that is believed to appear as a portent just before that person's death.
      2. The ghost of a dead person.
      3. Something faint or insubstantial:
      1. The spirit of a dead person, especially one that is believed to appear to the living in bodily form or to haunt specific locations.
      2. A person's spirit or soul:
      3. A returning or haunting memory or image.
      1. A ghostly figure; a specter.
      2. A sudden or unusual sight:
      3. The act of appearing; appearance.
      1. Something apparently seen, heard, or sensed, but having no physical reality; a ghost or apparition.
      2. An image that appears only in the mind; an illusion:
      3. A model of a human body or body part.
      1. Intense joy or delight.
      2. A state of emotion so intense that one is carried beyond rational thought and self-control:
      3. The trance, frenzy, or rapture associated with mystic or prophetic exaltation.
      1. A hypnotic, cataleptic, or ecstatic state.
      2. Detachment from one's physical surroundings, as in contemplation or daydreaming.
      3. A semiconscious state, as between sleeping and waking; a daze.
      1. 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.
      2. The objects or events so perceived.
      3. A false or mistaken idea.
      1. The act of revealing or disclosing.
      2. Something revealed, especially a dramatic disclosure of something not previously known or realized.
      3. A sudden insight or idea: