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think

aloud/out loud
To speak one's thoughts audibly.
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Speaking in popular and unphilosophical terms, we may say that the content of a thought is supposed to be something in your head when you think the thought, while the object is usually something in the outer world.
No doubt they are prompted to this view, in the first place, by bias, namely, by the desire to think that they can know of the existence of a world outside themselves.
She thinks everything of this; and that proves to me that the position of woman in her country cannot be satisfactory; because, if it were, it wouldn't depend upon that of your relations, even your nearest.
She thinks everything of her brother, and thinks it natural that she should be afraid of him, not only physically (for this IS natural, as he is enormously tall and strong, and has very big fists), but morally and intellectually.
Should you think all that pleasant enough if I forgave you?
I'm not going to think about it at all until I know whether I can go or not," said Anne resolutely.
As soon as I begin to plan, and think, and try, all my planning, thinking, and trying go in old directions, and I begin to feel careful again about the expenses of the day, and about my dear father, and about my work, and then I remember with a start that there are no such cares left, and that in itself is so new and improbable that it sets me wandering again.
I can't think of anything to start with," he said, gnawing his penholder fiercely.
You think you're a match for the one, but against the other you're helpless?
The truth is, I begun to think uncomfortably of the dedication.
said Maggie, "how can you think I have such feelings?
Now, though he did not intend to think about him, memories of him constantly drifted into his mind.
I think it was very nice of them to close," said the Vicar.
Principal mountains--I'm on the only one, but I don't think it's got any name.
It makes me feel so bad to think you could let me go to Sereny Harper and make such a fool of myself and never say a word.