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Synonyms for idea

that which exists in the mind as the product of careful mental activity

something believed or accepted as true by a person

intuitive cognition

a method for making, doing, or accomplishing something

the gist of a specific action or situation

Synonyms for idea

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Handwriting can give clues or tips that give ideas for questions I'd like to have answered.
After outlining general guidelines, chapters give ideas for specific types of programs such as author visits, poetry slams, technology and social networking, homework help, and teen advisory boards.
You also get the opportunity to give ideas on what features could be covered.
The last speaker we had on prize-winning small gardens no doubt will give ideas for our garden competition in the summer," Mr Smith added.
Teachernet also suggests schools give ideas for cutting down on Christmas waste.
She took the runners-up prize with Bella Oldham, also aged 11, from Holbrooks Primary School, who had added tons of special details to give ideas to engineering students.
IT For All is a session arranged by Age Concern to give ideas and advice on choosing a computer.
The workshops also will give ideas to celebrate and enhance the holidays with family and friends, Herstik said.
Later chapters give ideas for targeting programs and services to students in transition points at various levels from elementary through high school, community college, and four-year institutions, with a final chapter on how to help more students reach graduate school.
The authors then give ideas on teaching skills such as reading, grammar, fiction and poetry, and reading and writing for information.
Tip boxes give ideas on related legal issues and taking the answer to the next level.
They also provide recipes and give ideas for garden theme parties, games, and crafts.
They also give ideas on using fantasy and popular culture as a lens for examining canonical works of literature.