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accept to think of as true or correct. [1/4 definitions]
agility the ability to move or think easily and quickly.
approve to show approval or think well of something or someone. [1/3 definitions]
artificial intelligence an area of computer science that explores the ability of computers to think or have intelligence. Artificial intelligence is concerned with developing computer programs or computers that seem to use reason and make decisions.
automatic done without having to think about it. [1/2 definitions]
blind to make unable to judge well or think sensibly. [1/7 definitions]
brood to think or worry a lot about a single subject (usually followed by "on" or "over"). [1/4 definitions]
cartoon a drawing or series of drawings that make people laugh or think; comic strip. Cartoons often have words to show what a character is thinking or saying or to help explain what is happening. [1/2 definitions]
conceive to be able to think of. [1/4 definitions]
conclude to think about carefully and form an opinion. [1/2 definitions]
connect to think of as related; associate. [1/3 definitions]
conscious awake; able to feel, think, hear, and see. [1/3 definitions]
consider to think carefully about; reflect on. [2/3 definitions]
contemplate to think about deeply and seriously. [1/2 definitions]
daresay suppose or think likely.
debate to consider; think over. [1/3 definitions]
deliberate to think about an issue or question in a careful and thorough way, sometimes by discussing them with others. [1/3 definitions]
devise to invent or think out.
digest to think about; ponder. [1/3 definitions]
dwell to think, write, or speak about over and over again for a long time (often followed by "on" or "upon"). [1/2 definitions]
ether a liquid that makes a person unable to think, feel, or move. Ether burns easily, has a strong smell, and was once used in medicine to make people unconscious during surgery.