Visionary vs Visionariness - What's the difference?

visionary | visionariness |


As nouns the difference between visionary and visionariness

is that visionary is someone who has visions; a seer while visionariness is the state or condition of being visionary.

As an adjective visionary

is having vision or foresight.

visionary

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • having vision or foresight
  • * Alexander Pope
  • Or lull to rest the visionary maid.
  • imaginary or illusory
  • prophetic or revelatory
  • * Thomson
  • The visionary hour / When musing midnight reigns.
  • idealistic or utopian
  • a visionary scheme or project
    (Jonathan Swift)

    Noun

    (visionaries)
  • someone who has visions; a seer
  • an impractical dreamer
  • someone who has positive ideas about the future
  • visionariness

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • The state or condition of being visionary.