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" Imagination, the power by which the mind forms to itself images and representations; an opinion bred rather by the imagination than the reason; inclination, liking; caprice, humour, whim ° frolick, idle scheme, vagary. "
A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language ... - Page 201
by John Walker - 1825 - 103 pages
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary: And Expositor of the English Language ...

John Walker - English language - 1809 - 691 pages
...imagination. FANCIFULNESS, ftnisŤ-ful-nÍs, *. Addiction to the pleasures of imagination. FANCY, fan-se, i. Imagination, the power by which the mind forms to...reason; inclination, liking; caprice, humour, whim ° frolÓck, idle scheme, vagary. To FANCY, Г.< п':-Л vn To imagine, to believe without beinv able...
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Imagination und ihre Macht - Shakespeares Macbeth als eine frŁhe Form der ...

Oliver Kast - 2007 - 104 pages
...power of representing things absent to one's self or others'. Und 'fancy' wiederum definierte er als 'Imagination'; 'the power by which the mind forms to itself images and representations of things, persons, or scenes of being'. 'Fantasy' schlieŖlich gab er wieder als 'Fancy'; 'imagination';...
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