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give (one) furiously to think

To cause or spur one to strongly consider something. Well, with a generous offer like that, you've given me furiously to think now.
See also: furiously, give, think, to
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give someone furiously to think

give a person cause to think hard.
This is a literal translation of the French phrase donner furieusement à penser .
See also: furiously, give, someone, think, to
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