enter someone's head

enter (one's) head

To be thought of by one. Take time to form your response to the interviewer—don't just blurt out the first thing that enters your head.
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enter someone's head

occur to someone (usually used in the negative).
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I'm appalled by it - angry even - that something like this would enter someone's head, let alone take up a page in an American parenting magazine.