She reveals the absurdity of notions that “the Muslim world” is a riotous, violent mess, and that “they” hate “us” for being free.
Eleven years later, Harmon shrugs off any notions of feeling pressure at the center of that billion-dollar franchise.
Some of what they said sounded like a rhetorical, if earnest, parroting of notions they'd heard from teachers.
Nobody conceived of a thing like the placebo effect or researcher bias —none of these notions had been worked out yet.
It is a brief text with philosophical leanings that revolves around the notions of normality and abnormality in human nature.
Thus the notions of sorcery, heresy, and witchcraft were developed.
An opponent of the notions which are current can get no hearing.
Infallibility does not interfere with moral probation; the two notions are absolutely distinct.
Contrast that with other notions of the purpose of revelation and redemption.
An imperfect conquest, on the principles of Rousseau's philanthropy, did not suit the taste or the notions of Cromwell.
"miscellaneous articles," 1805, American English, from notion with the idea of "clever invention."
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."