think


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Synonyms for think

believe

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ponder

consider

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think about something or someone

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think better of something

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think much of or a lot of something or someone

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think nothing of something: have no compunction about

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  • have no compunction about
  • have no hesitation about
  • take in your stride

think nothing of something: consider unimportant

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  • consider unimportant
  • set no store by
  • regard as routine

think something over

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think something up

Synonyms for think

to use the powers of the mind, as in conceiving ideas, drawing inferences, and making judgments

to view in a certain way

to regard in an appraising way

to have an opinion

to renew an image or thought in the mind

think about: to care enough to keep (someone) in mind

think of: to receive (an idea) and take it into consideration

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think of: to care enough to keep (someone) in mind

think up: to use ingenuity in making, developing, or achieving

Synonyms for think

an instance of deliberate thinking

expect, believe, or suppose

imagine or visualize

focus one's attention on a certain state

have in mind as a purpose

decide by pondering, reasoning, or reflecting

ponder

dispose the mind in a certain way

have or formulate in the mind

bring into a given condition by mental preoccupation

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I think it was so splendid in Father to go as chaplain when he was too old to be drafted, and not strong enough for a soldier," said Meg warmly.
No," he said; "I never have thought, I never can think, unjustly or unworthily of you.
She thinks it 'ud be a finer life than being wi' them as are akin to her and ha' brought her up sin' she war no bigger nor Marty.
As a bystander," said Fanny, "perhaps I saw more than you did; and I do think that Mr.
If I do learn it, I don't think you will understand me when I get back, and I don't think you'll like it much.
He may think he can sneak around because you're a woman and stall you.
I think of people more kindly when I am away from them"; adding cynically, "God knows; perhaps we will shake down together some day, for weariness; thousands have done it
I don't think there's any harm in that, Dame Durden," said Ada, looking so confidingly at me across him; "because if it will do as well as anything else, it will do very well, I hope.
Oh, I think that's awfully subtle," said the Colonel, putting into the word all the contempt he felt for a quality so alien to the traditions of his calling.
I think it was very nice of them to close," said the Vicar.
She tried to think of something else and to pray, but could do neither.
Mary was led to think of the heights of a Sussex down, and the swelling green circle of some camp of ancient warriors.
I should think none but disagreeable people do," said Celia, in her usual purring way.
I think I knew them," said Michael rather doubtfully.
I think I have never enjoyed myself more; indeed, it is my opinion that I wrote the book as an excuse for writing the dedication.