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mind's eye

the hypothetical site of visual recollection or imagination:
In her mind's eye she saw the city as it had been in Caesar's time.
Origin of mind's eye
late Middle English
1375-1425; late Middle English Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Use your mind's eye to see it as it once was, thick with pomegranates and roses.
  • But what looked great in the mind's eye flopped in reality, searing my soul with its shortcomings.
  • In my mind's eye the concept looked brilliant, but in reality it was all too fussy and totally unreadable.
  • But the yardage-the prints in her mind's eye-was still missing.
  • In fact, no such illustration exists-the image derives from my mind's eye.
  • Imagine objects and manipulate them in your mind's eye to see new patterns and similarities between disparate concepts.
  • And every artist must resolve the tension between the mind's eye and the material framework of color.
  • It was really a form of helping people to envision the news in their mind's eye.
  • Make the mental image crystal clear, and vivid in your mind's eye.
  • When the crew members think about the job they see your face in their mind's eye.
British Dictionary definitions for mind's eye

mind's eye

the visual memory or the imagination
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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