verb (used with object), im·ag·ined, im·ag·in·ing.
verb (used without object), im·ag·ined, im·ag·in·ing.
Origin of imagine
Synonyms for imagine
Examples from the Web for re-imagine
Contemporary Examples of re-imagine
Her message and her medium ask us to re-imagine our conception of power.Panmela Castro: Saving Lives Through Graffiti
June 4, 2012
Historical Examples of re-imagine
Then she must ascend the pulpit to re-imagine for the hundredth time how it would seem to be a preacher.A Pair of Blue Eyes
Word Origin for imagine
mid-14c., "to form a mental image of," from Old French imaginer "sculpt, carve, paint; decorate, embellish" (13c.), from Latin imaginari "to form a mental picture to oneself, imagine" (also, in Late Latin imaginare "to form an image of, represent"), from imago (see image). Sense of "suppose" is first recorded late 14c. Related: Imagined; imagining.