“It is just notes and thinkings,” Fenn writes by way of preface.
As for my thinkings, doings, and ambitions, I have nothing interesting to tell.
All great discoveries are made by men whose feelings run ahead of their thinkings.
She got as far as this in her thinkings, at the same moment that she came to the bottom of her cup of tea.
And the thinking grew gradually confused and mixed up with all sorts of other thinkings.
My thinkings about George coming back to us and Sam going from us, drives almost everything out of my head.
He wanted a starting point from which to reason, some indisputable fact upon which to found future thinkings.
You are satisfied with your own thinkings; you are a world to yourself.
A There is no surer way of ascertaining the State from which an American comes, than by his thinkings and guessings.
In all these thinkings he was astray, carried away by prejudices which he was not strong enough to withstand.
The act or practice of a person who thinks; thought. adj.
Characterized by thought or thoughtfulness; rational.