Kurt was so incredibly detailed in his ideas, and they were so good, that of course I went with those.
And the House and Senate ideas about where to get the money are extremely different.
I wanted to talk about ideas to stop premiums from going up so much.
We have plenty of ideas, but need experiments to decide between them.
Wherever you stood on the ideological spectrum, you were drawn into one hundred years of events and ideas.
Again, the influence of English ideas has affected their public worship.
There is hardly an exception to this in the whole history of Caucasian ideas.
So Margaret gained the acknowledgment of her right to follow her own ideas of duty.
Her husband had ideas on that subject, and had imbued her with them.
His ideas of social duty are different from those of the Englishman.
late 14c., "archetype of a thing in the mind of God; Platonic `idea,'" from Latin idea "idea," and in Platonic philosophy "archetype," from Greek idea "ideal prototype," literally "the look of a thing (as opposed to the reality); form; kind, sort, nature," from idein "to see," from PIE *wid-es-ya-, suffixed form of root *weid- "to see" (see vision). Sense of "result of thinking" first recorded 1640s.
Men of one idea, like a hen with one chicken, and that a duckling. [Thoreau, "Walden"]Idée fixe (1836) is from French, literally "fixed idea."
idea i·de·a (ī-dē'ə)
Something, such as a thought or conception, that potentially or actually exists in the mind as a product of mental activity.