Definition of VISION

a conception or image created by the imagination and having no objective reality <a vision of the future that no other film director had ever created>
Near Antonyms actuality, fact, reality
the ability to see <the bright light temporarily robbed me of vision>
Synonyms eye, sight, vision
the soul of a dead person thought of especially as appearing to living people <believed he'd seen a vision of his mother>
Synonyms apparition, bogey (also bogie or bogy), familiar spirit, hant [dialect], haunt [chiefly dialect], materialization, phantasm (also fantasm), phantom, poltergeist, shade, shadow, specter (or spectre), spirit, spook, sprite, vision, visitant, wraith
Related Words angel, daimon, familiar, genie, genius, jinni (or jinn also djinni or djinn), shaitan; double, doppelgänger (or doppelganger), fetch; lemures, manes; incubus, lamia, succubus, vampire, zombie (also zombi); cacodemon, demon (or daemon), devil, fiend, ghoul, imp
concern or preparation for the future <a company president with the long-range vision that his firm needs to survive in the global economy>
Near Antonyms hindsight

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