Example sentences for: imagining

How can you use “imagining” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • When Cohen is not "imagining" history, he rewrites other people's research, sometimes mangling quotes during his copying, as he did when he took a quote from a 1951 book, Murder, Inc.: The Story of "the Syndicate ," by , also about Jewish gangsters.

  • Perhaps imagining the tabloid coverage of the death by drowning of the star of Titanic was what gave Leo the strength to keep his head above water until help arrived.

  • I'm certainly not imagining that my company in the next few years is going to come up with a compound that can make people live to be 500.

  • After praising Garten for taking seriously the possibility that "the growing ability of the 10 to produce sophisticated goods and services at rock-bottom prices could drag down the standard of living of even affluent, well-educated Americans," Tonelson chided him for imagining that developing countries, China included, would provide important new markets for advanced-country exports: "[C]onsumer markets in these emerging countries are likely to stay small for decades ...

  • Liberals have been like the pre-Civil War Whigs, at least as rendered by Louis Hartz in his classic Liberal Tradition in America . The Whigs kept seeing the proles through the lens of Europe's old feudal societies, imagining that America's lower orders wanted to seize property rather than acquire it.


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