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While these elements are undoubtedly important, writing blog posts that attract the right kind of reader requires careful ideation, optimization, and outreach.

Political ideation of the residents also seemed to play a role.

We use the same platform to orchestrate this ideation process.

This is the story of a failing marriage, yes, but also the account of a cracking consciousness, both in the sense of its literary liveliness and the sense of a mind becoming unmoored and increasingly consumed by suicidal ideation.

This is a process we use in ideation meetings to provide evidence for the strength of a certain content idea.

Wilcox also said he went through periods of what he calls “suicide ideation.”

There are two parts to implementing new ideas: coming up with the idea or the ideation phase, and then the execution.

Twenty-five percent of high schoolers experience suicidal ideation, the Center for Disease Control reports.

It is the limited, inhibited conception of sex that vitiates so much of the thought and ideation of the Eugenists.

Monotonously feeble, scanty ideation passes readily into seeming brilliance, even to the extent of hallucinations.

Consciousness then ceases to be passive sense or idle ideation and becomes belief and intelligence.

The quality of abstraction in such ideation is not very high, it is true, yet it is abstraction, nevertheless.

Alcohol, the juggler with men's thoughts, abruptly pressed upon a new center of ideation in Certina Charley's brain.


On this page you'll find 129 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ideation, such as: meditation, reflection, anticipation, attention, cerebration, and cogitation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.