Both were fascinated with everyday objects and created iconic American imagery.
But Seapunk diehards may not have the right to complain if celebrities endorse their imagery.
Could it be that, even in abstraction, imagery that spoke of escape and broken boundaries had particular appeal?
Yet here is the great problem with Murray's substitution of imagery for numbers in his social thought.
While the ad is not paid for or connected to the McDaniel campaign, the imagery does serve as a subtle signal to certain voters.
Now that, in inspiration and imagery, is very clearly derived from native legendary sources.
"Your imagery is really charming," remarked Hortebise sarcastically.
No more Tudor roses and pumped-out Christian imagery suggesting that Christianity is dead and buried!
What—having the gift of imagery—should we by preference endeavour to image?
God, as manifested in his providential government, is properly exhibited to us in the imagery of the text.
imagery im·age·ry (ĭm'ĭj-rē)
A set of mental pictures or images.
A technique in behavior therapy in which the patient is conditioned to use pleasant fantasies to counteract the unpleasant feelings associated with anxiety.
The mental pictures created by a piece of writing: “The imagery of “The Waste Land” — crumbling towers, dried-up wells, toppled tombstones — conveys the author's sense of a civilization in decay.”
only in the phrase "chambers of his imagery" (Ezek. 8:12). (See CHAMBER.)