vivid


vivid
01. Her son has a very [vivid] imagination, and draws wonderful pictures of little magical animals, and the castles they live in.
02. The many [vivid] colors of the different rooms in their house create moods which change from room to room.
03. The [vivid] memory he had of his wife helped him to feel her loving inspiration for long after she had died.
04. His memories of the war are still [vivid] and disturbing, and often cause him nightmares.
05. Though old and almost blind, her grandfather's memories of the war remain quite [vivid].
06. Their little boy has a very [vivid] imagination and draws wonderful pictures of friendly monsters and ghosts.
07. I [vividly] remember the first time I spoke to my wife. I can even describe exactly what she was wearing.
08. The [vividness] of the main actor's portrayal of his character made the play come alive.
09. The child was paralyzed with fear by the [vividness] of the memory of being beaten by his father.
10. I remember [vividly] the first time I jumped out of an airplane.
11. The colors of his paintings are very [vivid] and alive.
12. She had a very [vivid] dream in which she felt she was flying over the countryside.
13. After smoking marijuana, the colors and sounds around him seemed more [vivid] and beautiful.
14. Christopher Fry once stated that imagination is the wide-open eye which leads us always to see truth more [vividly].
15. Harry Fosdick once said that if you picture yourself [vividly] as winning, that alone will contribute immeasurably to success.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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