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Synonyms for image

Synonyms for image

something that is reflected


one exactly resembling another

the character projected or given by someone to the public

that which exists in the mind as the product of careful mental activity

to copy (another) slavishly

to send back or form an image of

Synonyms for image

(Jungian psychology) a personal facade that one presents to the world

a standard or typical example

someone who closely resembles a famous person (especially an actor)

(mathematics) the set of values of the dependent variable for which a function is defined

the general impression that something (a person or organization or product) presents to the public

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a representation of a person (especially in the form of sculpture)

render visible, as by means of MRI

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In Sexton's "An Obsessive Combination," "The Double Image," and "For John," the I can only be comprehended, the self only known, by placing itself in conjunction with an other.
The space between the student days and the childhood days is peppered with items from Dali's mature works: his beach landscapes are suggested in the landscape at lower left; the double image of the dog recalls his interest in optics; the molecular diagram of the bull's head reminds us of his fascination .
The future of conservation technology presents a curious double image.
Answers include: printing the linoleum block end to end to create a border, printing the design in a four square, alternating the linoleum, switching colors, and even printing double image designs.
Their double image makes them more in demand than ever as exotic dancers in top London nightclubs.
The double image of goldsmiths as official agents/covert enemies of the state enabled the king to suggest in his economic proclamations that the quality of coins had been tampered with only for the "private lucre and gaine" of unscrupulous individuals exploiting positions of trust.
Time magazine summed it up in January 1991, when it named the 41st president "Men of the Year": a double image of him was splashed on the cover as if to say, "George Bush, bold leader of the crusade against Saddam Hussein, meet George Bush, curiously inert domestic political leader.
Her first volume of verse, The Double Image (1946), was not successful.
The double image Troilus sees is both the idealized woman who promised to be true and the fallen woman who has betrayed him.
Martin," "The Bells," and "The Double Image," written after Sexton read work by Robert Lowell and W.
Her first book, The Double Image (1946), pervaded by the war experience, is couched in the traditional accentual - syllabic metrics of English poetry.
The installation will feature a double image of Lennon's profile with his Rickenbacker guitar, peace doves and the Double Fantasy flower set in a circle.
In the first volume here, The Double Image, published in 1946, it's possible to find phrases, lines, even whole stanzas to remind us she was a young poet in England at a moment of rhetoric and incantation.
The attainment of such a double image has been made possible thanks to the violence of the paranoiac thought which has made use, with cunning and skill, of the required quantity of pretexts, coincidences, and so on, taking advantage of them so as to reveal the second image, which, in this case, supersedes the obsessive idea.
Even when the sun is hidden behind clouds or just below the horizon, it is possible to pinpoint its location by detecting the polarization of light Scientists have thought that Vikings' sunstones may have been made of a kind of calcite crystal called Iceland spar, which is "birefringent," meaning that it splits the light that enters it and produces a double image.