Definition of "thinks" []

  • To consider, judge, or believe (verb)
  • To exercise the mind as in order to make a decision; ponder (verb)
  • To be capable of conscious thought (verb)
  • To remember; recollect (verb)
  • To make the mental choice (of) (verb)
  • To expect; suppose (verb)
  • To be considerate or aware enough (to do something) (verb)
  • To consider; regard (verb)
  • To focus the attention on being (verb)
  • To bring into or out of a specified condition by thinking (verb)
  • A careful, open-minded assessment (noun)
  • Characterized by or involving thinkers, thinking, or thought (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of think. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • Plural form of think. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "thinks" in a sentence
  • "Jenkins has scoured the town pretty well in the time he had, A clerk at Maplewood Inn thinks -- _thinks_ -- he saw such a man in the lobby there about three weeks ago."
  • ""Now to-night," he resumed, "here's somebody just rung up to say that he thinks, only _thinks_, mind you, that he has forgotten to lock his garage and will the constable on that beat see if the keys have been left behind."
  • "Joe can see) he shakes a sceptic head, and, leaning towards you, whispers (forgetting that Joe can only hear when you shout at him) that you must be pleased to remember that "_that's_ what he thinks he done; and no doubt he _thinks_ that it was so; and it may be it was, and I should never think of contradicting, not no man; but I has my own opinion in the matter."