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  • That such people have spent so much of their time thinking about who?
  • I hope those who think we are still in good shape are right.
  • We think you can only do it by moving forward to a new world.
  • I think this was the beginning of the end of this career.
  • The reason is that writing in some language means thinking in that language.
  • I have never paid much attention to what people think about me.
  • He also said that he thought the audience would not understand the film.
  • I think he is perhaps the greatest man that I ever knew well.
  • One line of thought was to use radio as a master teacher.
  • I think you're too late now to do much about it.
  • It's far better than thinking that we get things right all the time.
  • You are so dear to me that I think of you day and night.
  • In practice, they can be seen as a style of thinking and teaching.
  • I think I like it more than any other phase of film making.
  • D'you think they can keep two like us in here? Cited from The Rangeland Avenger, by Max Brand
  • I don't think he'd ever played music with a girl before.
  • However, others think it is not an action unless the decision is carried out.
  • Actually, come to think of it, there are some films that have done it.
  • He took aspects from each group and combined them with his original thought.
  • She did not think it looked very good on her.
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Root form of thought is think for the verb.

Meaning of thought

  • noun The organized beliefs of a period or group or individual
    19th century thought, Darwinian thought
  • verb Judge or regard; look upon; judge
    I think he is very smart, I believe her to be very smart, I think that he is her boyfriend, The racist conceives such people to be inferior
  • verb Expect, believe, or suppose
    I imagine she earned a lot of money with her new novel, I thought to find her in a bad state, he didn't think to find her in the kitchen, I guess she is angry at me for standing her up
  • verb Use or exercise the mind or one's power of reason in order to make inferences, decisions, or arrive at a solution or judgments
    I've been thinking all day and getting nowhere
  • verb Imagine or visualize
    Just think--you could be rich one day!, Think what a scene it must have been!
  • verb Focus one's attention on a certain state
    Think big, think thin
  • verb Decide by pondering, reasoning, or reflecting
    Can you think what to do next?
  • verb Ponder; reflect on, or reason about
    Think the matter through, Think how hard life in Russia must be these days
  • verb Dispose the mind in a certain way
    Do you really think so?
  • verb Have or formulate in the mind
    think good thoughts
  • verb Be capable of conscious thought
    Man is the only creature that thinks
  • verb Bring into a given condition by mental preoccupation
    She thought herself into a state of panic over the final exam