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thought up

adjective as in imagined

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By April, Timchenko and her colleagues had thought up a new concept for their media project.

He claims fossil fuels are a myth thought up by oil companies.

The FBI official who thought up and headed Abscam was John Good, another Bronx native.

They thought up a number of possible names that did not seem quite right.

The idea was first thought-up by a local sheriff, who said convict labor would shorten prison terms and save money for the state.

It will show likewise in the brain beating broken wings—inability to shoot a thought up out of the body for half a minute.

"Oh, I've thought up a plan for escaping with a profit," he assured her, lightly.

One time she thought up part of a song without a speck of tune to it, and it was in a language across the ocean.

In fact, it seemed like anybody who had first thought up such a poem must have been crazy in the head.

I can believe some of my own stories quicker than this one that the powers that be have thought up.


On this page you'll find 656 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to think up, such as: begin, create, generate, induce, lead to, and make.

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