Similar words: image, damage, surgery, drudgery, eager, manager, teenager, menagerie. Meaning: ['ɪmɪdʒərɪ] n. the ability to form mental images of things or events.
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1 Music, mime and strong visual imagery play a strong part in the productions.
2 The poetry was bespangled with vivid imagery.
3 He argued that Shakespeare's plays were patterns of imagery.
4 The imagery in the poem is mostly to do with death.
5 Their dreams commonly involved complex stories with visual imagery .
6 Second, the imagery suggests different meanings.
7 The first is that it consists in visual imagery.
8 This style uses metaphors, imagery and colourful descriptive language.
9 Instead, try using affirmations and imagery.
10 Snapshots and consumer imagery were fast becoming two sides of the same coin.
11 What is interesting is that the insect imagery used to characterise the villeins is continued here.
12 The whimsical imagery of Martinez's work plays on color and shape.
13 More importantly,(www.Sentencedict.com) this imagery affects the demeanour of these macho men when dealing with the public.
14 The Neo-Dadaists turned to the mass-produced imagery and disposable goods of the consumer society.
15 Extreme simplicity of vocabulary, economy of imagery, regularity of form, and a deservedly famous poem.
16 Even the imagery they use is that of natural catastrophe.
17 Imagery of the Lake District has been used to analyse the lineament pattern of the region.
18 Similar affinities with mass-media imagery can be sensed in many other works.
19 Illustration may come between the text and the reader's own mental imagery.
20 This is an ambitious and intriguing movie, full of striking imagery.
21 She referred to Professor Jones's work in her lecture on Shakespeare's imagery.
22 It has a pallor not only appropriate to her imagery but necessary to it.
23 At Monticello he grew endless varieties of apples and grapes and flowers, so his use of gardening imagery is understandable.
24 We would all do well to remember that, and not transform a debate about right-wing imagery into a witch hunt.
25 This point is itself pertinent to the interpretation of what actually is meant when this imagery is introduced.
26 Here we may discern a connection with the Whig imagery of balance which dominated constitutional writing a century earlier.
27 These paintings owe as much to the pictorial conventions of mass-media imagery as they do to those of fine art.
28 Stripped of brand identity, the blatant potency of advertising imagery is laid bare.
29 Indeed, without the use of a computer it would not be possible to use much remotely-sensed imagery at all.
30 The induction of nausea is usually done with chemical means, although it is also possible through the use of imagery.