Imagination meaning

ĭ-măjə-nāshən
Attention, interest, or enthusiasm.

An explorer's ordeal that caught the imagination of the public.

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The definition of imagination is the ability to come up with mental images of something that is not real or to come up with new and creative ideas.

When a child is playing house and creates a pretend story, this is an example of a child using his imagination.

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His imagination makes him a valuable team member.

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The ability to understand and appreciate imaginative creations of others, esp. works of art and literature.
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A foolish notion; empty fancy.
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Anything imagined; mental image; creation of the mind; fancy.
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The image-making power of the mind; the act of creating or reproducing ideally an object not previously perceived; the ability to create such images.

Imagination is one of the most advanced human faculties.

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A mental image formed by the action of the imagination as a faculty; a conception; a notion; an imagining; something imagined.
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Resourcefulness in dealing with new or unusual experiences.
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The ability to confront and deal with reality by using the creative power of the mind; resourcefulness.

Handled the problems with great imagination.

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(obs.) An evil plan or scheme.
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Particularly, construction of false images; fantasizing.

You think someone's been following you? That's just your imagination.

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Origin of imagination