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Use "bethinking" in a sentence
"A decade or so ago, becoming aware that Upward was still alive and still writing — and bethinking myself that if I wanted to interview this soon-to-be centenarian and last survivor of his generation, I had better hurry up — I made a voyage to the Isle of Wight, that little diamond-shaped island off the southern coast of England that helps form the natural harbors of Portsmouth and Southampton."
"You may bethinking that if one can get into good enough shape to run 26.2 miles in six months, then imagine how much better shape one would be in ifone trained (blogged/networked) for a year!"
""One," said Kapahei, suddenly bethinking himself to keep count."