verb (used with object), en·vis·aged, en·vis·ag·ing.
Words nearby envisage
OTHER WORDS FROM envisageen·vis·age·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for envisage
All three envisage Assad staying in power—at least in the short term.
In a darkened movie theater, we allow filmmakers to deliver into our minds a false world to envisage.The Science of Weepies: Why We Love Crying at the Movies|Elizabeth Picciuto|June 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He triumphed because he had the moral imagination to envisage a relationship beyond confrontation and war.What Ronald Reagan Can Teach Barack Obama About Dealing With Iran|Peter Beinart|September 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Does he envisage the possibility of a political stalemate in Iraq?
Granada had asked and been granted seventy days in which to envisage and accept her fate.1492|Mary Johnston
It was natural in Mr. Morris to “envisage” the Greek heroic age in this way, but it would not be natural in most other writers.Adventures among Books|Andrew Lang
Polter continued standing, I could envisage his sardonic grin.Beyond the Vanishing Point|Raymond King Cummings
We cannot envisage them unless we manage to invest them with some of the freshness which is due to strangeness.The Concept of Nature|Alfred North Whitehead
I could envisage the triumphant curiosity, of Potan and his fellows up there, gazing along the beam.