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visile (plural visiles)
- someone whose mental imagery consists of pictures
1905, Carveth Read, The metaphysics of nature[http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&d=WT18850115.2.28&l=mi&e=
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- It would be an interesting inquiry, how far the philosophers have left in their writings traces of their mental habits, as visile, motile, etc., or only verbile, mistaking the custom of language for insight.
1913, Wetland Hendrick, The School journal, Volume 81, School Journal Publishing:
- Assume that visile means a true artist.