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think to

1. To have an inner monologue; to make a statement to oneself in one's mind, without saying it out loud. I had a moment where I thought to myself, "Why am I even working here?" I'm sure they don't think to themselves, "What if we're the bad guys?" They just don't care.
2. To have the idea to do something. I'm sorry, I didn't think to run the dishwasher before we left.
See also: think
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But whenever I see her on television I think to myself, I have seen her before.
Yes, I think to myself, it's going to be just another day.
Alison says: "I think to myself, 'the customer is always right - the customer is king'.
Thinking about those won't help us in the second half, so every time I start, I think to myself that I don't have any wins and that I need to win my first one.
Every time I drive by it I think to myself, "Why can't that ditch be more like the ditch down the street from my old house?
Sometimes someone comes up with a new idea, and I think to myself, "Great
But," I think to myself, "what a long time it seems to be taking
I'd be walking through the area in the summertime when it was 95 and humid and I'd think to myself, "We need a tree here, we need a tree here.
When I take (Danna) home, I think it will be something I won't forget because I think to myself, I helped save this child.
They are there in the morning--I go jogging at 6:30 some mornings and they're coming out of church, and I think to myself, "This is insane.
How long has it been since I played Yahtzee, I think to myself.
When I think about what my brother said to me, about losing his hope in humanity, I think to myself, well, you just proved to me that not all of us have lost our humanity.
Heck, every time I moved up another grade, I'd think to myself, `OK, that's it for me,' '' Cullen said.
I used to think to myself, 'Why don't the girls put more moxie in their acts?