Imagination [noun]

Definition of Imagination:

power to create in one's mind

Opposite/Antonyms of Imagination:

Sentence/Example of Imagination:

It takes us as finite beings and gives us almost infinite capacity to create new worlds of imagination.

The process of decolonizing one’s imagination is the first step to envisioning a future where pleasures are more evenly distributed than was the case in our past.

Now, with a little imagination, there are days where I can embrace it as a New Age-y sweat-based regimen among the skittering rodents.

People, he says, are too limited by their own experience and imaginations.

They have little imagination about how to engage in social change, and even less imagination about the alternative world they would build if they could.

All huge, all defying the imagination regarding what might come next.

The use of podcasting to promote your business is limited only by your imagination.

Ultrasound has captured the imagination of the neuromodulation world since scientists found that it can penetrate deep into the brain.

In that vision of the economy, nobody has got any really deep imagination.

Distance, the uncertain light, and imagination, magnified it to a high wall; high as the wall of China.