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  • n  a person given to fanciful speculations and enthusiasms with little regard for what is actually possible
  • n  a person with unusual powers of foresight
  • s  not practical or realizable; speculative
    visionary schemes for getting rich

  • But the orderliness of his personal life allowed him to create a surreal, visionary fiction that was often frankly pathological.
  • McDonough empathizes with birds because he's a rare one himself, a visionary - half green, half pink - who talks like a communist, thinks like a plutocrat and acts like an ecologist.
  • What he has is charisma - the visionary smile and a talent for asceticism.
News & Articles


  • Barack Obama in Irish Times
    He added that the disaster would act as an impetus "to move forward in a bold way in a direction that finally gives us the kind of future-oriented, visionary energy policy that we so vitally need and that has been absent for so long".
  • Patrick Moore in Metro
    British astronomer Patrick Moore said: "He was a great visionary, a brilliant science fiction writer and a great forecaster. He foresaw communications satellites, a nationwide network of computers, interplanetary travel - he said there would be a...
  • Tommy Lasorda in Forbes
    Mr. O'Malley was a visionary by opening the gates to the West Coast. He linked the entire nation to the game of baseball,Dodgers Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda said. "What a contribution he's made."

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