Example sentences for: imagining

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

  • The daily El País of Madrid devoted a whole column to the unpromising scandal of Domingogate--a story from its Washington correspondent about how Monica's mother, Marcia Lewis, had included in the original manuscript of her book The Private Lives of the Three Tenors a passage "imagining" a love affair between her and Plácido Domingo.

  • Self-educated, poor beyond imagining, John Clare experienced a brief, condescending vogue as England's "Peasant Poet," at a time when illiteracy was a norm for England's rural workers, and poets were expected to come from higher social ranks.

  • As for Prudie's thoughts, she is sick of the subject, and to distract herself from the pharmacological drama going on she is entertained by imagining the drug being given to Dr. Judah Folkman's mice.

  • In a culture where Xena and Hercules have hit TV shows, it's a lot more fun imagining that you are a valiant warrior doing business-as-battle than it is to admit that you're a pudgy functionary whose most daring deed is to draft a boldly worded memo.

  • He had spent a lifetime imagining solemn and ritualized occasions.


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