Urban economists, particularly those on the self-satisfied coasts, tend to envision utter hopelessness for the region.
Who do you see when you envision the ideal Bottega Veneta customer?
But even standing within spitting distance of The Pearl was close enough for me to envision better days ahead.
They envision a group of stealth killers each with a seek-and-destroy mission killing cancer “naturally.”
As a young girl, growing up in a family of Moscow intellectuals, Chirikova did not ever envision herself as a politician.
It was not easy to envision, but he found it impossible to imagine sinking back to his former state.
This first, envision it in your mind and you are in the state.
“I certainly agree with you,” declared Penny, for she could not envision young Ottman as a saboteur.
A trained man could envision a drug that would serve any desired purpose.
One could very well,” one of his biographers declares, “envision him as a knight in full armor leading a troop in the charge.