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think

aloud/out loud
To speak one's thoughts audibly.
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But I don't think the little we should spend would do any good.
He was depressed by the thought that he was not a part of the life in his own town, but the depression did not cut deeply as he did not think of himself as at fault.
I think sometimes that if I were only well enough to write a little it would relieve the press of ideas and rest me.
I don't think so very much of civilization, do you?
Ay, James, lad, so it is; but I should not think much of you if you could leave your home for the first time and not feel it.
It kinder makes my blood run cold to think of 't; and when they carried off the child, and locked her up, she jest went ravin' mad, and died in a week.
You think I ought to refuse him then," said Harriet, looking down.
MY DEAREST MAGDALEN -- When you read this letter, try to think we have only been parted since yesterday; and dismiss from your mind (as I have dismissed from mine) the past and all that belongs to it.
I cannot bear to think of my little Hetty shedding tears when I am not there to kiss them away; and if I followed only my own inclinations, I should be with her at this moment instead of writing.
It is the regret and disappointment of a sister, who thinks her brother has a right to everything he may wish for, at the first moment.
He thinks everything of pictures; he thinks we don't make near enough of them.
If he thinks of marrying me, he has made a great mistake.
And you will admit that he thinks--or thinks he thinks.
Lynde says they've never had a female teacher in Avonlea before and she thinks it is a dangerous innovation.
It would be better to say "it thinks in me," like "it rains here"; or better still, "there is a thought in me.