As fewer people buy into the notion that women can't lead, it will become easier for the less-than-superhuman women to win office.
MULTIMEDIA BOOKS: Remember when the rise of CD-ROMs brought with it the notion of the multimedia book?
The notion gained adherents as night follows day when the markets froze the day after the collapse of Lehman Brothers.
In so doing, you discover, you bring so much more to the table now that the notion of lost time is a moot one.
From early in its history, the United States rested on the notion of a large class of small proprietors and owners.
I turned this way and that without any notion hardly of what I was seeking.
If she takes a notion to come about, and run back to the St. Johns, we may miss her.
From the notion of a spirit to that of a divinity is but one step.
It will disabuse his mind of the notion that he has any claim on me.
Now, it must be confessed, that this notion had never once occurred to the ex-grenadier.
late 14c., from Latin notionem (nominative notio) "concept, conception, idea, notice," noun of action from past participle stem of noscere "come to know" (see know). Coined by Cicero as a loan-translation of Greek ennoia "act of thinking, notion, conception," or prolepsis "previous notion, previous conception."