verb (used with object), en·vis·aged, en·vis·ag·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM envisageen·vis·age·ment, noun
Example sentences from the Web for envisage
Meimad was perhaps the closest thing to the sort of religious party I'm envisaging.
But, as for Mr. Senhouse himself, at this time of envisaging of ways I don't believe that he entered her head.Rest Harrow|Maurice Hewlett
There is a manifest advantage in such definite envisaging of the objectives involved in courses of action.Sound Military Decision|U.s. Naval War College
There are two ways of envisaging those aspects of nature which appear to bear the impress of reason or intelligence.English Critical Essays|Various
And then abruptly Lee found himself envisaging the monstrous globe out here in Space.The World Beyond|Raymond King Cummings
Even these had been preceded by earlier Pythagorean constructions envisaging the divine life in divine triangles.