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Definition of "think of" [think of]

  • To predict something (verb)

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Use "think of" in a sentence
  • "I can think of no better way to close this chapter than with the words of Tim Hansel from his book When I Relax I Feel Guilty."
  • "But when I think back on those first months, I think of that fence, and a circle of young men closing in on me, and Lester Bargus with his freckles and his brown, square-cut hair, sucking spit back into his mouth after he had begun to drool with the joy of striking out at another human being from the security of the pack."
  • "You might think of the thymus, in fact, as a kind of a military training school—one housing both an undergraduate training school for cadets as well as an officer training school."