Thinking in a sentence

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Definition of Thinking

  • Having the faculty of thought; cogitative; capable of a regular train of ideas; as, man is a thinking being.
  • The act of thinking; mode of thinking; imagination; cogitation; judgment.
  • the process of using your mind to consider something carefully

How to use thinking in a sentence. Thinking pronunciation.

As he made his way down the hillside again he fell to thinking upon all Faith had written.
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Then he fell to thinking of his Uncle Benn.
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But, as he stood telling his beads, abstractedly listening to the scandal talked by Achmet and Higli, he was not thinking of his brother, but of the two who had just left the chamber.
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As he stood thinking, Kaid returned.
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When Nahoum left the great salon, he directed his steps towards the quarters of the Chief Eunuch, thinking of David, with a vague desire for pursuit and conflict.
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Thinking of that blow, he saw its sequel in the blow he had given now.
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At first he also had been overcome inwardly, but his nerves were cool, his head was clear, and he listened to Nahoum, thinking out his course meanwhile.
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He was not thinking of the girl.
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There is something in thee above my thinking.
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As an instance whereof, not long since two Men went into a House, to drink, not thinking it to be a Bawdy-House; but as soon as the Beer was brought in, there came in a Female Creature to 'em, who quickly let 'em understand what she was, and also in what sort of House they were got.
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Nothing, my Dear, said he, but I was thinking how crosly things fell out; because my own Affairs obliges me to be some Days out of Town just at this happy Juncture, when I might have been blest so oft with your Embraces.
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But the old Cuss thinking to pacifie her Anger by convincing her it wan't so late, wou'd needs go look upon his Watch; but quickly finding that altho' the Nest was there, the Bird was flown, put up the Case again, with only saying, _Good lack a day!
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He strove to banish sleep by constant prayer, but fatigue frequently overcame him, and he could not help thinking of the Gaulish lady, and of the many things, which if only he were still the rich Menander, he would procure in Alexandria for her and for her comfort.
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I was thinking of someone awfully grand, and it's rather a relief.
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Tuesday she spent at home, pretending to read a little, and obviously thinking a great deal.
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Then for an hour she sat thinking, and as she thought her face gradually emerged from gloom-the better, truer face which so often allowed itself to be disguised at the prompting of an evil spirit; her softening lips all but smiled, as if at an amusing suggestion, and her eyes, in their reverie, seemed to behold a pleasant promise.
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But I'm pretty much always thinking about you, and I wish you were nearer to me.
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You've been thinking of him in that way all along; and you've been writing to him, or meeting him, since you came here.
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Gogol declared that he did not write a single line of these early chapters without thinking how Pushkin would judge it, at what he would laugh, at what he would applaud.
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In order to prepare himself for this, he began to re-read Turgenev's books, and wrote enthusiastically: "I am constantly thinking of Turgenev and I love him passionately.
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Examples of Thinking

Example #1
The return of the drunken chair-maker made a deep impression on him-almost as deep as the waking dreams he had had of his uncle calling him.
Example #2
But after other conquests there have been peace and order and law.
Example #3
The East was calling him.
Example #4
He and I are as far apart as the poles, and yet it comes to me now, with a strange conviction, that somehow my life will be linked with that of the drunken Romish chair-maker.
Example #5
He was speculating as to which room they were likely to enter.
Example #6
The girl's face, though not that of one in her teens, had seemed to him a very flower of innocence.