A 1913 Webster’s unabridged dictionary lists a separate noun sense of invision: lack of vision or the power of seeing. But we can’t find any examples of the word used this way.
The way they were struggling early on this season made it hard to envision the Bears going so far. [AP]
Some envision the 375-acre site—larger than Stillwater Business Park’s first phase—as a huge economic development opportunity. [The Record Searchlight]
Planners envision a small “Panera-style” café that can also serve customers who aren’t visiting the gardens. [Orlando Sentinel]