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brainstorm

1. verb To actively work to come up with ideas for something, often in an unstructured way. Come on in, we're just brainstorming ideas for the next issue.
2. noun A good, useful, or valuable idea, especially one that comes suddenly or unexpectedly. OK, I just had a brainstorm—what if we painted the bathroom blue and the hallway yellow? Wouldn't that look better?

brainstorm

1. n. a good idea; an idea that enters one’s head suddenly. I had a sudden brainstorm and got out of bed to write it down.
2. in. to try to think up good ideas, especially as a group. Let’s brainstorm on this for a little while.
References in classic literature ?
It was a feat of physical endurance and a brain storm combined to type a thousand words, and I was composing thousands of words every day which just had to be typed for the waiting editors.
I can highly recommend Kate Recore's book "Brain Storm."
Majlis Deputy Esmail Kosari looked down his nose at the Arab states and said, "It is curious that some Arab states would sit around, brain storm and then request a part there, whereas they are not the decision-makers."
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A wide range of speakers from African ports, regional economic commissions, international organisations and development partners will be in attendance to brain storm on the challenges facing the industry, following the global economic recession.
The contributions are on these topics: paranoia and the 1907 "Brain Storm" insanity defense; paranoia in the normal population; delusional misidentification; guilt and helping; dynamics of guilt and compensation in a William Faulkner novel; new treatment for paranoia; the torturer and guilt; greed without trust; guilt development and guilt proneness in the child; family care-givers and guilt; the psychology of exponential greed; understanding paranoia; and, African American school achievement.
Brain storm; the flaws in the science of sex differences.
If the Beatles had had a brain storm and written Can't Buy Me Lunch would that have been as popular as Can't Buy Me Love?
"I'm sure they've also got lots of great ideas about how we can all make best use of this fantastic new venue.'' Locals of all ages are being invited to come up with suggestions at a Big Brain Storm event to be held in the village's Old Ship at 7.30pm on November 3.
OASIS Education Center will present "Brain Storm!" at Valley River Inn today.
"We are no longer allowed to use 'brain storm' because it might have negative connotations associated with fits.
The latest idiocy is that I can no longer 'brain storm' (throw ideas around) as I may offend someone with epilepsy!
After adequate background knowledge has been obtained, pupils with teacher guidance may brain storm the different uses of science to benefit human beings in the form of technology.
There was definitely a Latin influence to the start of the concert, with Kirsty introducing the rumba, mamba, and salsa, rhythms from her latest album Tropical Brain Storm .
"Players can have a brain storm on the park when the adrenaline is going.