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Synonyms for bethink

to renew an image or thought in the mind

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Sowerberry: bethinking herself of Oliver's old friend.
He knew not on whom to vent his grief and wrath, until fortunately bethinking himself of the lord chamberlain who had brought him home, he struck off his pension and his head together.
The crafty dwarf, bethinking himself that his giving up the child would lead to the disclosure of the artifice he had employed, which, as nothing was to be gained by it, it was well to conceal, stopped short in his answer and said, 'Now, who do you think?
Bethinking Birthright Citizenship in the Wake of 9/11.
In Public Passion: Bethinking the Grounds for Political Justice, she argues, contra Hannah Arendt, that passion may be at the heart of political forces.
Timothy Morton, Ecology without Nature: Bethinking Emdronmental Aesthetics (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2009).
I know what some of you will bethinking, but rice with a Chinese in Blantyre simply is n't an option.
How could one look at Ahab then, seated on that tripod of bones, without bethinking him of the royalty it symbolized?
We will bethinking of Wales, but our first hurdle is in Leipzig against Liechtenstein and then after that game we will think of Wales.
Nowyoumight bethinking that it's quite difficult tocasually slip defenestrate into everyday chit-chat, but I'vebeen havingago over the past fewdays and it's not sotough.
However, Manson reckons Livingston must be delighted with the draw and said: ''To be honest, if I played for a Premier League side and was drawn against Spartans I would bethinking firstly who the hell are they then what the hell is the East of Scotland league.
If I was them I would bethinking about the fact they won two Test matches here last time, this time they have saved two Test matches,'' Dyson added.
James said: 'I will bethinking of Ryan who was a good friend of mine and my brother.
See Al Alexanderson, Bethinking the Federal Bole in a Competitive Electric Market, 26 Envtl.
And in this way the two went once slowly round the windlass; when, resolved at last no longer to retreat, bethinking him that he had now forborne as much as comported with his humor, the Lakeman paused on the hatches and thus spoke to the officer: