Common misspellings for imagination:
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Definition of imagination:
- The strictly poetic or creative faculty as exhibited in the vivid conceptions and combinations, more especially of the fine arts; image in the mind; idea; contrivance or device; an unsolid or fanciful opinion.
- Scheme or contrivance formed in the mind; that power or faculty of the mind by which it conceives or forms ideas of things.