What is another word for think back?

Pronunciation: [θˈɪŋk bˈak] (IPA)

When you want to retrieve a memory from your past, you might say that you need to "think back." However, there are several other phrases that can be used to convey the same message. One option is to say that you need to "recollect" something, which means that you are trying to remember a specific event or detail. Another possibility is to say that you are "reflecting" on a memory, indicating that you are considering it carefully in your mind. Additionally, you might say that you are "reminiscing" about a time in your life, which implies that you are recalling fond memories from your past. Overall, there are many ways to express the concept of thinking back, depending on the context and desired tone.

What are the hypernyms for Think back?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • hypernyms for think back (as verbs)

Famous quotes with Think back

  • I think back a little bit when President Bush was elected President and what kind of economy he inherited from the Clinton administration. The economy was going down. It was not doing well.
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  • I think back and marvel that my ambitions were so small.
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