unthought

1
[ uhn-thawt ]
/ ʌnˈθɔt /

verb

simple past tense and past participle of unthink.

adjective

not thought; not framed in a thought or thoughts: an unthought advantage.
not expected; not anticipated (often followed by of): an unthought-of place to find the key.

Nearby words

  1. unthatch,
  2. unthaw,
  3. unthink,
  4. unthinkable,
  5. unthinking,
  6. unthought-of,
  7. unthread,
  8. unthrifty,
  9. unthrone,
  10. untidy

Origin of unthought

1
1530–40; (defs 2, 3) un-1 + thought2

unthought

2
[ uhn-thawt ]
/ ʌnˈθɔt /

noun

an absence of thought.

Origin of unthought

2
First recorded in 1865–70; un-1 + thought1

unthink

[ uhn-thingk ]
/ ʌnˈθɪŋk /

verb (used without object), un·thought, un·think·ing.

to end one's thought or reverse the process of thought.

verb (used with object), un·thought, un·think·ing.

to dispel from the mind: Unthink your thoughts.

Origin of unthink

First recorded in 1590–1600; un-2 + think1

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British Dictionary definitions for unthought

unthink

/ (ʌnˈθɪŋk) /

verb -thinks, -thinking or -thought (tr)

to reverse one's opinion about
to dispel from the mind
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