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visionist

(ˈvɪʒənɪst)
n
1. another word for visionary6
2. (Bible) Old Testament someone who believes that the Biblical story of creation was revealed to the author of Genesis in a series of visions
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While he lived Crane was described by critical readers as a realist, an impressionist, a visionist, symbolist, expressionist, and ironist.
"The Visionist isn't merely a suspense novel in Shaker dress.
Tan said that Ataturk's successes and his democratic heritage made him one of the most important visionist leaders of the last century, besides, Turkey had a unique position in the Muslim world, a lively and secular democracy as well as a growing economy thanks to Ataturk.
"I was hoping that horses like Power Politics, Visionist and Taqseem could progress to the Golden Shaheen, but they could not...
One horse unlikely to be lining up is the Pat Eddery-trained Visionist.
Visionist can strike in the valuable Totesport 0800 221 221 Heritage Handicap.
There will be more congestion on the inside rail than on the M5 on a Bank Holiday Monday, so backing really high drawn hold-up horses is far too risky and that makes us eliminate Visionist, Moayed, Desert Dreamer and Tagula Sunrise.
Visionist and Into The Breeze are two horses with attractive profiles.
Horse Racing: Which former leading jockey had his first winner as a trainer with Visionist?
The former champion jockey broke his training duck at Kempton earlier this month when Visionist found enough daylight to win a competitive handicap over seven furlongs.
The former champion jockey broke his training duck at Kempton this month when Visionist won a competitive handicap over seven furlongs.