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think aloud

Speak one's thoughts audibly, as in We need flour, sugar, butter—I'm just thinking aloud. [ Early 1700s ]
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  • "It was not little Louis; I am glad of that," said Maurice, continuing to think aloud.

    The Downfall Emile Zola
  • I'm just trying to think aloud and I'm liable to say anything.

  • Ordinarily he was not free of speech, but with this man he could think aloud.

    The Gentle Art of Cooking Wives Elizabeth Strong Worthington
  • His speech was slow, like that of a man accustomed to think aloud.

    The Freelands John Galsworthy
  • The palm continued to think aloud, as the aged and solitary habitually do.

    Christ Legends Selma Lagerlf
  • Without figure of speech, he is another self, and I can think aloud with him.

    Letters of Two Brides Honore de Balzac
  • When forced to think aloud, we stoop to what is probably an untruth.

  • When I think aloud in Latin it means that I am deeply troubled.

    Police!!! Robert W. Chambers
  • And furthermore, the Plautine character is not so tame and spiritless as merely to think aloud.

    The Dramatic Values in Plautus Wilton Wallace Blancke
  • She answered him with a puzzled look, as well she might, for he had done no more than think aloud.

    My Lord Duke E. W. Hornung

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