rational; reasoning: People are thinking animals.
thoughtful; reflective: Any thinking person would reject that plan.
thought; judgment, reflection: clear thinking.
Origin of thinking
1250–1300; Middle English thenkingRelated formsthink·ing·ly, adverbnon·think·ing, adjective, noun
(noun). See think1
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Examples from the Web for non-thinking
Historical Examples of non-thinking
The result is that the populace loses its humanity and becomes a non-thinking mass.
He was a slow-thinking, even a non-thinking agent, but in a contingency he could fight, still without thinking.
I got myself lined up nice and straight with the bird and did my first bit of non-thinking.
All grades of feeling and believing, thinking and non-thinking, are in the books and periodicals that you find in this store.
British Dictionary definitions for non-thinking
opinion or judgment
the process of thought
(prenominal) using or capable of using intelligent thoughtthinking people
put on one's thinking cap to ponder a matter or problem
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The act or practice of a person who thinks; thought.
Characterized by thought or thoughtfulness; rational.
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