Vision synonyms

vĭzh'ən
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The foreseeable future; prospect:
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That which comes from one's imagination.
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A ghostly apparition; a phantom.
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The quality of being astute.
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The definition of acumen is the ability to quickly and accurately understand and deal with a situation or choice.
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The definition of a mirage is an optical illusion, something that you believe you see but that isn't really there.
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The condition of being blind; unable to see.
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Discernment is defined as the ability to notice the fine-point details, the ability to judge something well or the ability to understand and comprehend something.
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Perceptible, as by vision or the intellect.
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The act by which something is perceived.
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The faculty of sight
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(Physics) The physics of light and vision.
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View or the range of vision
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Care in providing for the future:
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A perception produced by this ability.
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The direct knowing or learning of something without the conscious use of reasoning; immediate understanding
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The art or act of foretelling future events or revealing occult knowledge by means of augury or an alleged supernatural agency.
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Prescience is defined as the power to know something before it happens or to the ability to tell the future.
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The condition of being unable to focus on near objects; presbyopia
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A foolish notion; empty fancy
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Something seen through powers of the mind
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That which pleases or entertains the taste or caprice without much use or value.
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The concept or character projected to the public, as by a person or institution, especially as interpreted by the mass media:
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The beginning or formation of an idea or plan:
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The state or quality of being ideal or of existing only in the mind
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In the philosophy of Kant, a concept of reason that is transcendent but nonempirical.
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(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
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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
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The trance, frenzy, or rapture associated with mystic or prophetic exaltation.
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An image that appears only in the mind; an illusion:
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Anything that appears unexpectedly or in an extraordinary way
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The ghost of a dead person.
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Apocalypse is defined as a group of Jewish and Christian writings such as the Book of Revelation, the last book in the Holy Bible, which predict events at the end of the world.
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An inclination or tendency of a specified kind:
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(originally Scotland and Northern UK) A man in league with the Devil; a male magic-user, a wizard.
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A way of thinking (associated with a group, nation or region).
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A false idea or conception; belief or opinion not in accord with the facts
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Readily understood; clear or obvious:
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Large enough to be perceived or examined by the unaided eye.
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Clearly apparent to the sight or understanding; obvious.
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Easy to see or understand; plain; evident
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Obvious; manifest; apparent; clear; evident, as in “the contract had a patent ambiguity.” See also latent ambiguity. Pronounced PAY-tint.
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That can be perceived
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Manifest; apparent:
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The definition of acuity is seeing or understanding things clearly.
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A quality or feature that is most effective, gratifying, or telling:
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Alfred Adler, believed that dreams were a problem solving device.
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An understanding of how aspects of a subject relate to each other and to the whole:
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The human faculty or power to mentally grasp or understand clearly.
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A perception of something that has no physical reality; figment of the mind; esp., a specter, or ghost
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A mental view or examination; survey
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The action of the verb to see; eyesight.
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A way of understanding something, an opinion, a theory.
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(By extension) Something unreal or imaginary; a creation of fancy.
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To picture in the mind; imagine.
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To imagine or know as a probable occurrence; anticipate or predict:
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To cause or allow the mind to become aware of (a stimulus):
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To engage in psychological visualization with regard to (pain or a body process, for example).
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The characteristic of being sightless; blindness
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The quality of being actual or factual; fact
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Something which has become real.
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A real entity, event or other fact.
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Watchful attention or supervision:
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The brightness of the eye or eyes.
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The definition of a daydream is a fantasy or series of pleasant thoughts you have when awake that helps you to escape from reality.
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Literary type using invented or imaginative writing, instead of real facts, usually written as prose.
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The definition of a figment is something imagined.
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Alternative form of phantasm.
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A daydream:
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The definition of an oracle is a person with great wisdom or someone believed to have communication with a deity.
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A prediction, especially one made by a prophet or under divine inspiration.
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The art or practice of foretelling events.
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Prediction, prophecy.
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To conceive is to get pregnant, to coming up with a plan or to imagine something.
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To consider or regard in a certain way.
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To represent in or with a picture.
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To have a mental image of; visualize:
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To call to mind; remember:
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(Informal) To picture mentally; imagine:
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(Mathematics) A real number.
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To form mental images of
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The characteristic of being imaginative.
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the ability to see; the visual faculty
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the ability to see; the visual faculty
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Understanding
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The act of hallucinating; a wandering of the mind; an error, mistake or blunder.
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A frightening dream, often accompanied by a sensation of oppression and helplessness
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A central or unifying idea or theme
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The state or condition of being highly perceptive, as if in an almost hypnotic or telepathic state.
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To create or imagine in a fantasy; have daydreams about
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the perceptual experience of seeing
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Specifically, the insertion of the penis (similar object) during sexual intercourse. [from 17th c.]
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