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vivid imagination

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvivid imaginationvivid imaginationIMAGINEan ability to imagine unlikely situations very clearly vivid
Examples from the Corpus
vivid imaginationAlthough he'd never been blessed with a particularly vivid imagination, Charlie saw it all in an instant.Her vivid imagination created some one tall and slim, blonde and attractive.Mark deployed his vivid imagination in a wild-child narrative to create a boy who hunts deer, bears, and birds.With her vivid imagination, Melissa could visualise the scene and it sickened her.The Yippies were armed with a vivid imagination to match their rhetoric.Course Moira always has had a vivid imagination, you have to take what she says with a pinch of salt.
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