Thought in a sentence

Definition of Thought

simple past tense and past participle of think | Form created in the mind, rather than the forms perceived through the five senses; an instance of thinking. | (uncountable) The process by which such forms arise or are manipulated; thinking.

How to use Thought in a Sentence?

  • There is not a page of the history of human thought on which this lesson is not deeply engraved.
  • Her whole life seemed drenched with tears at the thought of parting with these things.
  • He thought of everything and nothing, least of all of how he should find money for the morrow.
  • The thought of suicide, and with it the instinctive shrinking from it, came into his mind again.
  • She had always loved that picture, and the sad thought came that she should never see it again.
  • A zig-zag fugitive thought passed: why did the fly-man speak of taking them to the station?
  • He tried to put the thought from him, and returned, a little dazed and helpless, to his chair.
  • Patricia thought swiftly of Doris Leighton, of Mrs. Nat, and she shook her head.
  • Her manner was disappointing, and he thought he must be mistaken in his first judgment of her talents.
  • She was so taken up with the delightful agitation of finding herself in such a large and imposing assembly that she scarcely thought of her words.
  • His heart sank at the thought that it was probably only a bill, and he glanced at all the bills lying one above another on the table.
  • Patricia thought it safe to hint at something that might be in sight if she came to the dance on Friday.
  • It was rather dim to read expressions, but she thought a strange look flitted across the eager face that was staring so hard at her.
  • Poverty clings to familiar soil, and in the deep groove of a narrow existence the popular mind takes little thought for the future.
  • One looked up inquiringly, and Hubert thought how slight had become the line that divided him from the outcast.
  • He thought he would be able to obtain a fairly good dinner in one of the little Italian restaurants for ninepence.
  • He read it over slowly, carefully, thought about it, decided that it was excellent, and lay down on his bed to consider it.
  • It has been thought that if the goodness of God were unlimited and impartial, the light and blessings of revelation would be universal.
  • You look very childish in this dim light, but I thought you must be old enough to have studied somewhere before this.
  • He was afraid to look back at her, lest she should, in her subtle, wilful manner, read the thought that was passing in his soul.
  • Patricia would have thought it a mistake a week ago, but now she believed Rosamond capable of forgetting to tell her such a momentous fact.

Short Example Sentence for Thought

  • I thought no one cared for me.
  • A thought seemed to be stirring in his mind.
  • The moving was over sooner than she had thought possible.
  • Her face grew wistful as she thought of the dance.
  • Constance saw the thought in her face and shook her hand.
  • I thought he loved me; but his love was only selfishness.
  • He thought like I did.
  • He thought the study of Latin useless.
  • I thought I should have died when he asked to marry me.
  • Young and inexperienced, I thought the task easy.
  • He thought as I did (like me).
  • When he thought I wanted a companion, he found you for me.
  • At length I thought I might return towards the stockade.
  • I thought you'd left town.
  • He may have thought it was a species of Christian prayer-wheel.
  • One thought of Moses when he caught his first glimpse of the promised land!
  • Like the school-boy, we, as a rule, thought little of alcohol.
  • Patricia thought that must rouse any pupil of her's, even from the dead!
  • Patricia thought he meant about Tancredi's verdict, and she beamed on him.

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