think of


  • WordNet 3.6
    • v think of keep in mind for attention or consideration "Remember the Alamo","Remember to call your mother every day!","Think of the starving children in India!"
    • v think of look on as or consider "she looked on this affair as a joke","He thinks of himself as a brilliant musician","He is reputed to be intelligent"
    • v think of take into consideration, have in view "He entertained the notion of moving to South America"
    • v think of choose in one's mind "Think of any integer between 1 and 25"
    • v think of intend to refer to "I'm thinking of good food when I talk about France","Yes, I meant you when I complained about people who gossip!"
    • v think of devise or invent "He thought up a plan to get rich quickly","no-one had ever thought of such a clever piece of software"
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  • L. Schefer
    L. Schefer
    “They make much of our drinking, but never think of our thirst.”
  • Chretien Malesherbes
    Chretien Malesherbes
    “We would accomplish many more things if we did not think of them as impossible.”
  • Isaac Disraeli
    Isaac Disraeli
    “There is an art of reading, as well as an art of thinking, and an art of writing.”
  • Count Leo Tolstoy
    “Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.”
  • Jerry West
    Jerry West
    “Confidence is a lot of this game or any game. If you don't think you can, you won't.”
  • Marcus T. Cicero
    “We think a happy life consists in tranquility of mind.”


In literature:

He had commenced by thinking of May Dacre, and he ended by thinking of himself.
"The Young Duke" by Benjamin Disraeli
Thinking of Job led her on to think of God's dealings with His creatures.
"The Call of the Blood" by Robert Smythe Hichens
I draw a very little, and think of music as I walk in the fields: but have no piano in this part of the world.
"Letters of Edward FitzGerald in two volumes, Vol. 1" by Edward FitzGerald
Why should I think of the drudgery of life, pillowed on the downy couch of luxury and ease?
"Ernest Linwood" by Caroline Lee Hentz
But I think your Work will last, as I think of very few Books indeed.
"Letters of Edward FitzGerald in Two Volumes Vol. II" by Edward FitzGerald
He would have to think of some scheme by which the girl could get her rights, and the world could be left in ignorance of Rose Doran's fraud.
"A Soldier of the Legion" by C. N. Williamson
So we may think of ourselves as lying near the beatings of His heart, and as individually the objects of the work of His almighty arm.
"Expositions of Holy Scripture" by Alexander Maclaren
And I think it is worth a great deal that Mrs Seaton should think of trusting him with me so far-away.
"Christie Redfern's Troubles" by Margaret Robertson
What your employer thinks of you, what the world thinks of you, is not half as important as what you think of yourself.
"Pushing to the Front" by Orison Swett Marden
What am I to think that God will think of it?
"Dr. Wortle's School" by Anthony Trollope

In poetry:

Yet some times with an aching heart,
I think of vows so fondly plighted,
Of early love for ever blighted,
And those who fell beneath its dart.
"Amidst The Flowers Rich And Gay" by Lady Caroline Lamb
When I think of a mother so kind,
And the hearth to my childhood so dear;
Where ever I roam,
I dream of that home
With a sigh that will melt to a tear;
"Our Good Old Friends" by Septimus Winner
Doth the warrior think of his brother there,
And the father of his child?
And the chief, of those that were wont to share
His wanderings through the wild?
"The Messenger-Bird" by Felicia Dorothea Hemans
It is thy birthday, and I am alone,
Thinking of that dear land that gave us birth,
The land of hearts that beat to truth alone,
The brightest emerald gem of all the earth.
"To Annie On Her Birthday" by Nora Pembroke
With that pleasant smile thou wearest,
Thou art gazing on the fairest
Wonders of the earth and sea:
Do thou not, in all thy seeing,
Lose the mem'ry of one being
Who at home doth think of thee.
"Remembrance" by Denis Florence MacCarthy
Yet will I ever think of thee,
In hour of woe, in hour of glee,
To thee alone will give,
My sweetest smile, my saddest tear,
My earliest vow, my latest prayer,
While this fond heart shall live.
"Western Star" by William Crafts

In news:

When you think of heart disease , you probably think of high cholesterol and obesity.
When you think of heart disease, you probably think of high cholesterol and obesity.
When we think of Thanksgiving, we think about the big feast.
When most people think of Bay County, they think of beautiful beaches, but the area is starting to get a new reputation in the tech industry.
When I start thinking of technology in the greenhouse, I immediately think of all the wonderful robots we have.
Of all the painters I can think of, none seem to grate on the nerves of people I know quite like Roy Lichtenstein .
I can't think of the.44 Special without thinking of John Taffin.
Whenever we think of Evgeni Malkin , we think of two things.
"Often when people think of Marines , they think of males," Meese said.
Somewhere, Stan Lee is thinking, "Why didn't I think of that name.".
"You can go into the bank and say, 'Well, I think you did something wrong, and I'm thinking of indicting you, and you better pay a big fine,' and, you know, they'll agree to it," says Scott.
When you think of mental illness, you don't often think of comics.
When you think of marching band, you think of furry hats, fat kids wearing glasses, and virgins.
Read on for more examples of what the rest of the country thinks we are and what we think of ourselves.
When we think of depression-era- and- beyond documentary photography , people probably don't think of Louise Rosskam, except maybe in context of her better known husband Ed with whom she worked.

In science:

When thinking of traversal, TE(τ ) amounts to a combination of type-preserving traversal and environment passing.
Typed Generic Traversal With Term Rewriting Strategies
A for g , h ∈ A, then we think of gh as a “hole” in the multiplication table.
Towards a practical, theoretically sound algorithm for random generation in finite groups
Similarly, one may think of δ as a constant against which Pr(Ri /∈ Am ) is measured.
Towards a practical, theoretically sound algorithm for random generation in finite groups
The reader less interested in statements on the moduli space may think of T = Spec C in sections 1 − 3.
Maximally irregularly fibred surfaces of general type
We think of un and u as vanishing outside Q(A).
Large deviations for Brownian motion in a random scenery