mind's eye

mind's eye
noun Date: 15th century the mental faculty of conceiving imaginary or recollected scenes; also the mental picture so conceived <
in the mind's eye one sees dinosaurs, mammoths, and sabertoothed tigers — F. P. Brooks Jr.

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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