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  • verb archaic Second-person singular simple present form of think.


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From think + -est, the archaic second-person singular suffix.


  • Would you see God, see me; or, see thee, when thou also thinkest as I now think.'

    Jesus, Poets and Prophets

  • “Welcome, gossip,” said the King; “what thinkest thou of our situation?”

    Quentin Durward

  • Thou thinkest thy son will return from beneath the earth: who ever has come back from the dead out of the halls of Hades?


  • And thou, poor wretch, who to thy sorrow art wedding a king's daughter, little thinkest of the doom thou art bringing on thy children's life, or of the cruel death that waits thy bride.


  • That is not the custom; but thou thinkest lightly of these things.

    Iphigenia at Aulis

  • “This hand,” said the Caesar, drawing himself into a martial attitude, “should decide that question, were the man of whom thou thinkest so much yet moving on the face of this earth and at liberty.”

    Count Robert of Paris

  • “And your apprentice, will he stand to it, thinkest thou?”

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • Base thou art, and basely shalt thou be buried, in the dead of night when day is done, thou captain of that host of Danai, who thinkest so proudly of thy fortune!

    The Trojan Women

  • Catharine is a woman like her mother, and thou thinkest foolishly to suppose they are all set on what pleases the eye.

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • No, for thou thinkest crooked thoughts, one thing now, another formerly, and something different presently.

    Iphigenia at Aulis


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