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intent, intention, design, scheme; end purpose, end in view, ultimate aim; implication, meaningfulness, significance, purport; ambition, view, desideration.
8. things a. utensils, tools, implements, articles, equipment; impedimenta, oddments, paraphernalia,
b. belongings, possessions, effects, Law. choses, property; bags, baggage, luggage; goods, gear, kit, stuff, tackle, outfit; chattels, appurtenances, furnishings, parcels; accouterments, fittings, fixtures; equipage, Law. personalty, c. clothes, clothing, dress, raiment, wear, habit; wardrobe, Inf togs, Inf. toggery, Inf. duds, Inf. threads, SI. getup, rig, Brit, fig; garments, apparel, array, costume, attire; vestment, vesture, rigging, trappings, finery.
9. chore, task, job, duty, odd job; charge, assignment, detail, commission; errand, mission, project, service; homework, busywork, housework, yardwork, spadework, make-work. 10. Informal, quirk, phobia, Fr. id&e fixe, superstition; fixation, obsession, crotchet; fear, mania, paranoia; dislike, aversion, distaste, loathing; terror, horror, abomination, consternation, trepidation. 11. Slang, liking, fancy, predilection, predisposition, preference, Inf. weakness; taste, bent, prejudice, partiality; inclination, tendency, leaning; SI. bag, Inf. cup of tea.

think, v. 1. conceive, imagine, image, picture; ideate, form an image of, think of, dream up; dream, envisage, visualize, make up, conjure, feature; concoct, hatch, brew, fabricate, fashion, form, formulate.
2. meditate, ponder, reason, deliberate; reflect, muse, brood, mull over, turn over in one's mind; wander about, chew one's cud, think about, kick around, tinker with, toy with, flirt with the idea; men-talize, cerebrate, chew over, be in a brown study, put on one's thinking cap, be lost in thought, lucubrate; cogitate, excogitate, cudgel one's brains, rack one's brains, use one's head; concentrate on, focus on, take to heart, Archaic, perpend; analyze, examine, review, turn over, revolve, weigh; study, con, evaluate, give attention to.
3. recollect, bear in mind, remember, recall, recall to mind; think back to, pass in review, retrace; call to mind, reminisce, bethink, carry one's thoughts back.
4. believe, opine, fancy, consider; suppose, conjecture, presume, assume, Archaic, trow, Archaic, ween; hold, maintain, esteem; surmise, speculate, daresay, suspect; judge, deduce, infer, conclude; hypothesize, theorize, posit, postulate.
5. consider, regard, view, look upon; acknowledge, deem, recognize; feel, divine, intuit; see, perceive, understand, comprehend, apprehend, reckon; value, estimate, gauge, appraise, assess, rate, prize.
6. intend, purpose, have in mind, have in view, mean; aim, project, arrange, plan, compass; propose, design, calculate, premeditate, determine, destine.
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think better of reconsider, change one's mind, think twice, think over; reexamine, review, recheck, look at again, take under advisement, view in a new light.
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think up devise, contrive, improvise, come up with; invent, create, originate; design, scheme, construct, frame, draft; coin, mint, neologize, neoterize.

thinkable, adj. 1. conceivable, imaginable, cogitable; supposable, picturable, visualizable, fanciable; cognizable, cognoscible, apprehensible, knowable.
2. likely, possible, probable, presumable; believable, credible, plausible, tenable, reasonable,

thinker, n. philosopher, philosophe, idea man, theorist; sage, Solomon, Hinduism, rishi, Class. Myth. Nestor; savant, scholar, pundit, pantologist, rabbi, wise man, learned man, man of learning; wizard, Inf.

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