verb (used with object), en·vis·aged, en·vis·ag·ing.
- environmental resistance,
- environmental science,
Origin of envisage
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.