idea

[ ahy-dee-uh, ahy-deeuh ]SEE DEFINITION OF idea

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IDEA

The other idea was absurd—too wild for serious consideration.

To solve their problem the engineers borrowed an idea from the Sumerians.

And yet the idea cleaves to me strangely, and is liable to stick to my shroud.

She disliked the idea of meeting Evelyn in the dean's office.

When they were sitting at the door in the semidusk, he reverted to the idea.

And then, like a light, an idea dawned in the face of the child.

He might plant two shots before there was a return; he let the idea slip away from him.

Neither will it satisfy me to have her exist merely in idea.

I have no idea that he will ever acquire the reputation of a great statesman.

Through what medium can the idea of servitude enter their minds?

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