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The formation of mental images, figures, or likenesses ofthings, or of such images collectively: the dim imagery of a dream.
Today, in class, as my teacher was reading the book,I imagined, the protagonist, Anne, ride her horse, Buttercup.

PLEASE NOTE THAT: here, I didn't use the word, Imagery, but thats' basically what it means.
by Anyonewantaredvine? October 15, 2010
2 Words related to Imagery
A word used to end a conversation in which a participant 'went too far' in a subject, anecdote or shared joke.

For instance, a member of the group may divulge certain graphic details of a sexual encounter. This can often lead to a dumbfounded silence in which the group will try to shrug off the lurid fantasies and visions.
At this point, someone must interject with a well-timed '...imagery'. This dispels any tension that may have gathered, and allows the group to laugh it off, before regaining their previous banter form.

It is at this point that i must point out that this word cannot be used by females, as their grasp on banter and comic timing are dreadful.

The word imagery must be articulated with 4 syllables, and must be said slowly and with a sarcastic intonation : im-ag-er-y.

This word can also be used in conjunction with a joke that has been taken too far :
by kingapin1 November 18, 2010

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