think of

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think of (third-person singular simple present thinks of, present participle thinking of, simple past and past participle thought of)

  1. To create in one's mind; to originate an idea through thought.
    I only had ten minutes to think of a solution.
    • 1913, Joseph C[rosby] Lincoln, chapter IV, in Mr. Pratt’s Patients, New York, N.Y., London: D[aniel] Appleton and Company, →OCLC:
      I told him about everything I could think of; and what I couldn't think of he did. He asked about six questions during my yarn, but every question had a point to it. At the end he bowed and thanked me once more. As a thanker he was main-truck high; I never see anybody so polite.
  2. Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see think,‎ of. (to think on the subject of)
    I spent ten minutes thinking of Karen and the times we shared.


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