- thought leader,
- thought police,
- thought reading,
- thought transference,
Origin of thoughtful
Examples from the Web for thoughtful
But I live near really smart, thoughtful people who take writing very seriously, and I can meet them for breakfast and talk books.
During our interview, he was intense, fast, generous with his time, and thoughtful and expansive with his answers.
Just when did Tatiana actually set out to build a thoughtful collection?
You know: anything too sensitive, thoughtful, too sharing, too out there.
That doesn't mean I would rather have had Earl be compassionate and thoughtful than be a winner.
Now, however, a new phase of the dance began, introduced in a thoughtful strain.Atlantis|Gerhart Hauptmann
Can such phrases really mean anything to any thoughtful man?The Wanderings of a Spiritualist|Arthur Conan Doyle
This is the simple outline of expected coming events with which the thoughtful reader of God's Word is supposed to be familiar.Quiet Talks on the Crowned Christ of Revelation|S. D. Gordon
As I was rather a thoughtful, though not very studious boy, it was determined that I should go to college.
Morton was standing at the door of his cabin looking out on that sweep of plains with thoughtful eyes.The Price of the Prairie|Margaret Hill McCarter
c.1200, "contemplative," from thought + -ful. Also in Middle English, "prudent; moody, anxious." Meaning "showing consideration for others" is from 1851 (cf. thoughtless.) Related: Thoughtfully; thoughtfulness.