visioned

[ vizh-uhnd ]
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adjective
  1. pertaining to, seen in, or arising from a vision: a visioned battle between good and evil.

  2. gifted with prophetic vision.

Origin of visioned

1
First recorded in 1500–10; vision + -ed2, -ed3

Other words from visioned

  • un·vi·sioned, adjective

Words Nearby visioned

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How to use visioned in a sentence

  • All this he saw as he gazed blankly at the dark waters of the bay, saw clearly as if visioned in crystal.

    Flamsted quarries | Mary E. Waller
  • I expected my wakeful hours would be punished by strong new paint and be-visioned by dirty little men.

    I, Mary MacLane | Mary MacLane
  • I wondered what Anthony would have said could he have visioned for the moment this blue-and-gold enchantress.

    The Gay Cockade | Temple Bailey
  • He visioned her last glance, and lightning emotions of pride and happiness flashed through his veins.

    Evan Harrington, Complete | George Meredith
  • But back of it all he sensed the resolute spirit of the West, resourceful, progressive, large-visioned.

    Partners of Chance | Henry Herbert Knibbs