2. The act or power of anticipating that which will or may come to be: Sharon's prophetic visions of what would happen with Ken's investments in his business encouraged him to proceed with his ideas.
3. An experience in which a person, thing, or event appears vividly or credibly to the mind: Although Ben's vision of the future was not actually present, he was still convinced that he had to commit himself to strive for those goals.
4. A vivid, imaginative conception or anticipation: Mary's husband had visions of wealth and glory all of which were only in his mind and not actual.
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The doctor also indicated that he has several other patients with similar abnormal achromatic visions.
2. The physiological sense of sight by which the form, color, size, movements, and distances of objects are perceived: Central vision permits a person to read, to drive, or to perform other activities that require fine, sharp, straight-ahead viewing.
2. The perception and evaluation of the colors of the spectrum.
2. The ability to see or to perceive the color hues normally stimulated by the various parts fo the visible spectrum.
The fovea is located in the eye, a tiny pit located in the macula of the retina (a small spot in the eye where vision is sharpest) which provides the clearest vision of all.
Only in the fovea are the layers of the retina spread aside to let light fall directly on the cones, the cells that give the sharpest image.