in (one's) mind's eye

in (one's) mind's eye

In one's imagination or mind, especially referring to something that is being visualized. Before I write a scene, I try to visualize it in my mind's eye, to see how everyone is situated.
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in one's mind's eye

Fig. in one's mind or imagination. (Alludes to visualizing something in one's mind.) In my mind's eye, I can see trouble ahead. In her mind's eye, she could see a beautiful building beside the river. She decided to design such a building.
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in your mind's eye

COMMON If you see something in your mind's eye, you have a clear picture of it in your imagination or memory. Susie had a clear picture in her mind's eye of how she wanted the house to look. In my mind's eye, he's in his twenties — but he's probably a lot older.
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in your mind's eye

in your imagination or mental view.
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in your ˌmind’s ˈeye

as a picture in your mind or in your imagination: I can see his face quite clearly in my mind’s eye.Try to picture in your mind’s eye the scene that day.
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