|meditatively, while thinking deeply, pensively||ruminatively|
|abstract thinking, metaphysic, philosophy of being, philosophy of the mind; theory of the cause and underlying nature of reality; philosophy of the supernatural or intangible, underlying principles||metaphysics|
|achieve a task with tranquility and satisfaction; he who seems quiet and harmless but has the ability to harm deeply||still waters run deep|
|act of forming ideas, act of conceiving in the mind, deliberating, forming of thoughts, judgment//thinking cap, rational||thinking|
|act recklessly, act rashly, act hastily without thinking ahead||play fast and loose|
|acting in accordance with prevailing norms or standards; correspondence in form or character, agreement, compliance, agreement in form, doing and thinking as others, following a standard||conformity|
|admire, venerate, like very much, love deeply, worship||adore|
|advisers to Roosevelt, brilliant team, thinking crew, high-level advisers, inept people||brain trust|
|affect deeply, bore into something||pierce|
|affect strongly; make an impression; emphasize; stamp, make a mark using pressure, apply a voltage, force to serve, influence deeply or please greatly, make clearly understood, press a shape into something, seize||impress|
|affected by illness, deeply or badly affected by something, hit by missile, wounded; afflicted, overwhelmed (by disease, disaster, etc.), strike||stricken|
|affected by melancholy, dejected, depressed, sad; of or pertaining to melancholia, depressed person, pensively sad||melancholic|
|agile; graceful; sharp, keen; perceptive, fast and agile, quick-thinking||nimble|
|agitated, shocked, deeply upset, set of timber parts for barrel, shake, bundle of grain or corn; set of wood and metal pieces for constructing a barrel or box||shook|
|animal or plant near the ground, aviation worker on ground, plant or animal that lives close to the ground; fish that live near the bottom of the water; person with poor taste, standing spectator, superficial, shallow; uncritical, not thinking deeply, ...||groundling|
|area of shallow water, having little depth, not deep; superficial, not concerned with serious intellectual matters; weak, breathing in very little air, make or become shallow, not thinking or feeling deeply, taking in little air||shallow|
|argument, logical thinking, process of drawing conclusions, process of making inferences through logical thinking||reasoning|
|basic religious belief, deeply held belief||article of faith|
|be heedful of, choose, comprehend something, concentrate on, deliberate, conceive in the mind; believe, foresee, form thoughts, have as an opinion, have in mind, have regard, influence with the mind, intend, spell of thinking, pondering, view in certai...||think|
|belief that knowledge comes from reasoning, exercise of power to think, involvement in intellectual pursuits; use of the mind or intellect; doctrine which holds that pure reason is the source of knowledge (Philosophy), too much attention to thinking||intellectualism|
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