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imaginings

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimaginingsi‧ma‧gin‧ings /ɪˈmædʒənɪŋz/ noun [plural] literary 🔊 🔊 IMAGINEsituations or ideas that you imagine, but which are not real or true 🔊 In my wildest imaginings, I could not have foreseen what a wonderful life lay before me.
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imaginingsBut North's memoranda were also aspirations, plans, dreams and imaginings, as much as schedules of facts.My files are stuffed with my imaginings, published and unpublished.It is these negative imaginings which make the fear an even greater reality.In my nighttime imaginings, sometimes help comes for me just in time.Personal opinion or preferences and speculative imaginings have no place in science.And though the researchers had suspected all along that these hot springs existed, the real thing had far surpassed their imaginings.Even outside all these imaginings, rumor and derision held us in an unwelcome embrace.In my wildest imaginings, I could not have foreseen what a wonderful life lay before me.wildest imaginingsIn my wildest imaginings, I could not have foreseen what a wonderful life lay before me.
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