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792 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ θ_ˈɔː_t], [ θˈɔːt], [ θˈɔːt]

Synonyms for Thought:

belief (noun) calculation (noun) idea (noun) intellect (noun) reason (noun) thought (noun) calculated (verb) imagined (verb) reasoned (verb) thought (verb) Other synonyms:

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Rhymes for Thought:

  1. aught, naught, ought, fought, taught, wrought, brought, sought, fraught, taut, snot;
  2. distraught, begot;
  3. overwrought;

Quotes for Thought:

  1. The great art of films does not consist of descriptive movement of face and body but in the movements of thought and soul transmitted in a kind of intense isolation. Louise Brooks.
  2. I have always thought of myself as a performer first and way down the line as a recording artist. Leo Kottke.
  3. In pure literature, the writers of the eighteenth century achieved, indeed, many triumphs; but their great, their peculiar, triumphs were in the domain of thought Lytton Strachey.

Idioms of Thought:

  1. a train of thought
  2. that's a thought
  3. sunk in thought

Adjectives for Thought:

  • suddenly sad and strong,
  • intangible, eternal,
  • suddenly sad,
  • stiff and stark,
  • thy common,
  • new second,
  • eternal, immutable,
  • wise and true,
  • noble and sublime,
  • intangible,
  • stiff,
  • wise,
  • eternal,
  • noble,
  • strong,
  • liberal religious,
  • bad disloyal,
  • never boorish or rude,
  • never boorish,
  • false delightful,
  • upstanding brown,
  • eternal restless,
  • extreme fine,
  • loud tumultuous,
  • last musical,
  • thy infinite,
  • liberal religious,
  • high heroic,
  • philosophical and religious,
  • more ethereal,
  • religious and ethical,
  • philosophical,
  • religious,
  • rude,
  • also dim and distant,
  • transcendently full and unqualified,
  • transcendently full,
  • also dim,
  • absolute and infinite,
  • full and unqualified,
  • single happy,
  • chinese political,
  • absolute,
  • distant,
  • full,
  • useful or amusing,
  • sad solitary,
  • gloomy and sad,
  • last noble,
  • same foolish,
  • more astonishing,
  • certain other,
  • gloomy,
  • useful,
  • strangely bleak and empty,
  • strangely bleak,
  • empty,
  • own free.
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