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thought-processes

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  • noun Plural form of thought-process (alternative spelling of thought processes).

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Examples

  • Thereafter, fore and aft, I was known by no other name, until the term became a part of my thought-processes and I identified it with myself, thought of myself as Hump, as though Hump were I and had always been I.

    Chapter 4

  • Nor was he ever really himself until he felt the mellow warmth of the vine singing in his blood He was an artist, it is true, always an artist; but somehow, sober the high pitch and lilt went out of his thought-processes and he was prone to be as deadly dull as a British Sunday — not dull as other men are dull, but dull when measured by the sprightly wight that

    WHEN GOD LAUGHS

  • They were, I may say, apprenticed to education, to art, to the church, to science, to literature; and in those fields they served the important function of moulding the thought-processes of the nation in the direction of the perpetuity of the Oligarchy.

    Chapter 21: The Roaring Abysmal Beast

  • Their thought-processes were radically dissimilar.

    THE UNPARALLELED INVASION

  • Follow her he did, though bothered by unfamiliar words that fell glibly from her lips and by critical phrases and thought-processes that were foreign to his mind, but that nevertheless stimulated his mind and set it tingling.

    Chapter 1

  • It also makes me really wonder about the thought-processes of the people who think this way.

    The thin line

  • It also makes me really wonder about the thought-processes of the people who think this way.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • Here she writes about some of the thought-processes involved in writing the novel, and her research and inspiration for writing historically accurate and dynamic battle-scenes...

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • Here she writes about some of the thought-processes involved in writing the novel, and her research and inspiration for writing historically accurate and dynamic battle-scenes...

    Blood in the Water - Juliet McKenna

  • Kevin and Raster because they claimed to have created something in the net, something new and unknowable, with thought-processes so vast as to be a god.

    Jason Stoddard, Strange and Happy » Blog Archive » Eternal Franchise, 15.1 of 31.1

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