References in classic literature ?
I thought I'd get her some with my dollar," said Beth.
The book had one central thought that is very strange and has always remained with me.
He had wandered by blue lakes and thought them; he had lain on mountain-sides with sheets of deep blue gentians blooming all about him and flower breaths filling all the air and he had thought them.
If that won't tell him the truth," she thought, "nothing will.
Everybody talked at once, without waiting for a reply and each one seemed to be contented with expressing his or her own thoughts.
You thought the waiter must not hear, as if he cared
Her head was allays likely to be turned," he thought, "when a gentleman, with his fine manners, and fine clothes, and his white hands, and that way o' talking gentlefolks have, came about her, making up to her in a bold way, as a man couldn't do that was only her equal; and it's much if she'll ever like a common man now.
My uncle thought me wrong, and I knew he had been talking to you.
It had enraged him when he thought what an alarming thing this was--abortion among HIS cows--in Martin Wade's beautiful herd
I thought my confession would give you grounds for that.
But I thought it would be useless to stop there, so I began again.
I thought it could hardly have failed to strike them that there was something incongruous in him.
Our lady readers will pardon us if we pause for a moment to seek what could have been the thought concealed beneath those enigmatic words of the archdeacon: "This will kill that.
But she's been rather troublesome lately, she's been inclined to take too much on herself, and I thought this was a very good opportunity to give her notice.
She thought only of one thing, her sorrow, which, after the break caused by cares for the present, seemed already to belong to the past.