Visionary meaning

vĭzhə-nĕrē
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A person who sees visions; prophet or seer.
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Of, having the nature of, or seen in a vision.
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A person with strong and creative imaginative power and, often, the ability to inspire others.
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Having or showing keen foresight and imagination.
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One who has visions; a seer.
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Characterized by vision or foresight.
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A person whose ideas, plans, etc. are impractical, too idealistic, or fantastic; dreamer.
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Seeing or disposed to see visions.
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Characterized by impractical ideas or schemes.
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One who is given to impractical or speculative ideas; a dreamer.
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The definition of a visionary is someone with unusual or progressive ideas about the future or advancements.

An example of a visionary is a great inventor who sees a problem and finds a way to create something that no one else has ever imagined.

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The definition of visionary is someone or something that thinks about the future or advancements in a creative and imaginative way.

A person who is ahead of his time and who has a powerful plan for change in the future is an example of a visionary.

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Having vision or foresight.
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A visionary scheme or project.

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Someone who has visions; a seer.
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Someone who has positive ideas about the future.
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Origin of visionary

  • vision + -ary

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