Part of speech: noun

The act of forming images; images collectively.

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Usage examples "imagery":

  1. Then she remembered one night when, in her father's absence, some one had spoken like a poet and created, in shining imagery, a new world. - "Rose MacLeod", Alice Brown.
  2. Lastly, the imagination is the exercise of mental imagery- the picturings of silent thought. - "The-Light-of-Egypt-or-the-science-of-the-soul-and-the-stars-Volume-2", Burgoyne, Thomas H..
  3. There is also much fine imagery and poetic feeling, and a distinct effort to raise the people above the brutal savagery of animal sacrifice to the recognition that justice and right- doing are more acceptable to Jahveh than dead animals. - "The Christian Creed; or, What it is Blasphemy to Deny", Annie Besant.