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Included below are past participle and present participle forms for the verbs vision, visualize and visualise which may be used as adjectives within certain contexts.

visionary
  1. having vision or foresight
  2. imaginary or illusory
  3. prophetic or revelatory
  4. idealistic or utopian
  5. Synonyms:
  6. Examples:
    1. “Such a system cultivates accurate and timely information that fosters more effective and visionary decision-making.”
      “A majority of narratives about visionary experiences are based on the sudden and spontaneous arising, either in sleep or while awake, of very intense, vivid visionary dreams.”
      “Famous for his unique style in creating visionary worlds with a philosophical bent, Oshii has truly changed the way audiences look at animation and the cinematic medium.”
visucentric
  1. Designed in a manner that is visually optimal for deaf and hard-of-hearing people; pertaining to designs that focus on visual access.
  2. Of art, literature, etc.: focusing mainly on what the eyes perceive.
  3. Examples:
    1. “In a visucentric world, spatial awareness comes from cues that are subtle and may go unnoticed to the hearing.”
visioned
  1. (obsolete) Having the power of seeing visions; inspired.
  2. (obsolete) Seen in visions.
visual
  1. Related to or affecting the vision.
  2. (obsolete) That can be seen; visible.
  3. Synonyms:
  4. Examples:
    1. “There was no visual evidence to support his claim.”
      “Fixation, the ability to lock onto an object, is a fundamental visual ability from which many characteristics of human behavior emerge.”
      “The symbols provide a visual representation of the intent of a specific piece of text.”
visualized
  1. Having been the subject of visualization; having had (its) appearance or existence imagined or designed.
visuomotor
  1. Of or pertaining to those motor activities that are dependent on visual coordination
  2. Examples:
    1. “At the heart of this behavioral decision making process are elementary visuomotor pathways that have evolved to rapidly redirect behavior in response to a threat.”
      “These findings suggest the existence of two distinct modes of visuomotor control, one activated for visually guided movements and the other for delayed actions.”
      “A smaller group of aerospace workers reportedly performed significantly worse in areas of motor and visuomotor speed, and marginally so in areas of attention and memory.”
visuospatial
  1. Of or pertaining to the visual perception of spatial relationships.
visuovestibular
  1. Relating to vision and the vestibular system
  2. Examples:
    1. “Thus, these results may suggest that participants who had a lower MS severity score used more visuovestibular postural regulation.”
visuotactile
  1. Relating to perception by vision and touch.
  2. Examples:
    1. “The previous study used a simple, repetitive visuomotor task that employed a visuotactile conflict task with no movement.”
visuographic
  1. Relating to vision and writing or drawing.
visuoauditory
  1. Relating to the senses of vision and hearing.
visuosensory
  1. Relating to the sensing of visual impulses.
visuogestural
  1. Employing, or relating to, vision and gesture.
visuoperceptive
  1. Relating to visual perception.
visuoperceptual
  1. Relating to visual perception.
  2. Examples:
    1. “The rehabilitation of visuospatial, visuoperceptual, and apraxic disorders.”
visionless
  1. Lacking a vision; uninspired.
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “He perished and died a visionless beggar on the streets of London.”
      “I have dismally observed that our youth organizations are myopic, lethargic, and visionless in facing these challenges.”
      “We are enslaved by a visionless government who is mortgaging our future deeper and deeper while they all get rich.”
visualisable
  1. Alternative spelling of visualizable
visuocentric
  1. Alternative form of visucentric
visualizational
  1. Relating to visualization.
visive
  1. Of, pertaining to, or producing vision.
visualizable
  1. That can be visualized.
  2. Examples:
    1. “With the abandonment of the ether theories following the rise of relativity theory, this visualizable model ceased to have validity.”
      “I have been able to get a sort of visualizable flash of insight in 4 dimensions, when I had been thinking about quaternions for over a month for 8 hours a day.”
      “Kinematic ideas, which appeared frequently in mathematics of the period, provided a clear and visualizable means for the generation of geometric magnitude.”
visional
  1. Of or pertaining to vision
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “We are a specialty optometric practice dedicated to providing visional evaluation and development through vision therapy.”
      “After the training course, Phuc realised that computer is the tool to help visional impaired people to integrate into the society.”
      “Audio visional materials and slides were presented, educational tools, outdoor activities various projects and techniques were suggested, and similar projects on international level were evaluated.”
visible
  1. Able to be seen.
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “The name of the vessel must be marked on some clearly visible exterior part of the port and starboard bow.”
      “He would become a highly visible actor after his starring role in the box office smash.”
      “Stretching, Jim looked around, taking note of the large land masses visible in the distance to either side of them.”
visuall
  1. Rare spelling of visual.
visioning
visualizing
visualised
visualising
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