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leave something to somebody’s imagination

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishleave something to somebody’s imaginationleave something to somebody’s imaginationDESCRIBEto deliberately not describe something because you think someone can guess or imagine it Mercifully, the writer leaves most of the physical horrors to our imagination. imagination
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leave something to somebody’s imaginationThere's nothing wrong with being glamorous and sexy, but leaving something to the imagination is advisable.His creation left nothing to the imagination.The Crims leave it to your imagination, although they don't on the incongruous rockabilly thumper Dickholder.Plastics - that here leave little to the imagination - were widely used in fashion.In this respect Wordsworth does not leave enough to the imagination.The production successfully leaves much of the detail to the audience's imagination.That way they leave things to your imagination.
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