What word can I make with Imagine?

Words that can be made with imagine
  • aiming.
  • enigma.
  • gamine.

Is Imagine a Scrabble word?

IMAGINE is a valid scrabble word.

What words can you make with seaside?

Words that can be made with seaside
  • asides.
  • daises.
  • dassie.
  • dieses.
  • easies.
  • seised.

Why do people say imagine?

Imagine is commonly used in casual conversations to talk about forming mental images.

What do you mean by imagine?

transitive verb. : to form a mental image of (something not present) imagine accidents at every turn. : suppose, guess.

How do you use imagine?

imagine to form an idea in your mind of what someone or something might be like:The house was just as she had imagined it. think to imagine something that might happen:I can’t think of a better place for a wedding. Just think —this time tomorrow we’ll be lying on a beach.

What kind of word is imagine?

verb (used without object), im·ag·ined, im·ag·in·ing. to form mental images of things not present to the senses; use the imagination. to suppose; think; conjecture.

What is the adjective of imagine?

Adjective. imagined (not comparable) Conceived or envisioned in the mind.

What part of speech is imagine?

To form a mental image of something; to envision or create something in one’s mind. “Try to imagine a pink elephant.”

Would imagine so meaning?

It’s a tentative way of saying “I think so”.

What does can’t imagine mean?

When bad things happen to other people, we often say “I just can’t imagine….” Usually, we say this to acknowledge that something bad has happened and to express sympathy or regret.

What is Imagine in literature?

Imagery Definition

Imagery (ih-MUHJ-ree) is a literary device that allows writers to paint pictures in readers’ minds so they can more easily imagine a story’s situations, characters, emotions, and settings. A good way to understand imagery is to think of the word imagination.

What is the meaning of I’d say?

It is my estimate or opinion
Interjection. I’d say. (idiomatic) It is my estimate or opinion. I’m no doctor, but I’d say he needs an ambulance.