The awful part of such thinking is the failure of the imagination.
It takes a whole other level of storytelling ability and imagination to produce first-rate fiction.
Promotion has been spotty for officers who distinguished themselves by their imagination in either war.
The way my imagination works is that I compulsively imagine alternative scenarios to the situations in my life.
So it was really a sweet thing for him to gift me this story, one that, to him, did not fit into the world of his imagination.
If she could have set her imagination free in an art she would have been far safer than she was.
They are barren, till the imagination has tenanted them with possibilities of danger and dismay.
But as a matter of fact my imagination is not made of stuff so elastic as all that.
The miseries of Tasso arose not only from the imagination and the heart.
Crimmins spat carefully, as if to stimulate his imagination.
"faculty of the mind which forms and manipulates images," mid-14c., ymaginacion, from Old French imaginacion "concept, mental picture; hallucination," from Latin imaginationem (nominative imaginatio) "imagination, a fancy," noun of action from past participle stem of imaginari (see imagine).