Related formsim·ag·ist, noun, adjectiveim·ag·is·tic, adjectiveim·ag·is·ti·cal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for imagism
And it is an illuminating fact that among poets and men conversant with many poetic idioms, Imagism is rarely misconceived.
Imagism asks to be judged by different standards from those employed in Nineteenth-Century art.
In the first place “Imagism” does not mean merely the presentation of pictures.
“Imagism” refers to the manner of presentation, not to the subject.
But there is good verbalism, distinct from lyricism or imagism, and in this Laforgue is a master.Instigations|Ezra Pound