Even usually hot-blooded madrassa students may be having second thoughts about joining the fight.
After making an initial beeline to run toward the storm, the reporter had second thoughts and hid behind a trash can.
He writes his 140-character thoughts down and dictates them to her over the phone.
Even Quinn, with her second thoughts about safety, says she believes Washington has become anesthetized.
Ford also gives his thoughts on the president and first lady, and explains why women on the red carpet all look the same.
"On second thoughts, I may be able to give some kind of a pow-wow," I replied.
Philothea had listened so earnestly, that for a moment all other thoughts were expelled from her mind.
Dangerous must have been your situation, Roger, whatever were your thoughts.
"I wish it would," she said, gently, and then went on with her own thoughts while he was silent.
His thoughts now leaped to the end as blindly as they had shrunk from it before.
Old English þoht, geþoht, from stem of þencan "to conceive of in the mind, consider" (see think). Cognate with the second element in German Gedächtnis "memory," Andacht "attention, devotion," Bedacht "consideration, deliberation." Second thought "later consideration" is recorded from 1640s. Thought-crime is from "Nineteen Eighty-Four" (1949); thought police is attested from 1946, originally in reference to pre-war Japanese Special Higher Police (Tokubetsu Koto Keisatsu).
The act or the process of thinking; cogitation.
A product of thinking, such as an idea.
The faculty of thinking or reasoning.
An underworld figure who is loyal and trustworthy to cohorts (Underworld)