Examples of imagery in a Sentence
The book contains a great deal of sexual imagery.
The movie was full of biblical imagery.
Recent Examples of imagery from the Web
Smoking gun imagery entered the lexicon of American scandals in the final stage of Watergate.
Last fall, Trump Jr. tweeted images of Pepe the Frog, a cartoon character whose image has been used by white supremacists, as well as imagery which likened Syrian refugees to poisonous Skittles candy.
The brazenness of Bannon’s gambit, and the visual of Trump seated among Clinton’s accusers, ensured that the primary imagery on TV would cease to be the Access Hollywood footage.
Griffin has since apologized for the imagery, and has been fired from multiple jobs as a result of the photo.
On Monday, Vetements rolled out imagery for its spring/summer 2018 menswear collection, where normal people were photographed in Zurich by Demna Gvasalia in place of a traditional runway show.
The wordless piece uses costumes, music, scenery and striking aerial imagery to tell the story of six young Salem women who are severely punished for their individuality and artistic expression.
Working again with cinematographer Lyle Vincent but in color this time, Amirpour comes up with some dazzling imagery.
The imagery for a league that touts the importance of education for its players would be bad. •
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First Known Use of imagery
IMAGERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of imagery for English Language Learners
: pictures or photographs
: language that causes people to imagine pictures in their mind
: pictures of people or things in a work of art
IMAGERY Defined for Kids
Definition of imagery for Students
: pictures or photographs of something satellite imagery
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