- What’s another way to say I believe?
- What does ruminate mean?
- What is another word for Will?
- What is another word for thinking hard?
- What can I say instead of I think?
- What is a better word for think?
- How do you spell feel?
- What can I say instead of of course?
- How do you replace feelings?
- What can I replace I think with?
- How do you express your feelings in words?
- What is a stronger word for Believe?
- What’s another way to say I feel?
- How do you say I feel in different ways?
- What is another way to say I am?
- What do you call someone who thinks deeply?
What’s another way to say I believe?
What is another word for I believe?presumablydoubtlessI presumeI supposecrediblehypotheticallyI dare sayI guessindubitablyI take it94 more rows.
What does ruminate mean?
To ruminate is to carefully think something over, ponder it, or meditate on it. It can also mean to chew over and over again, as is done by ruminant animals, like cows. In psychology, the term means to obsessively repeat thoughts or excessively think about problems.
What is another word for Will?
What is another word for will?desirewishmindpreferenceinclinationintentionpleasuredispositionfancyintent56 more rows
What is another word for thinking hard?
•puzzle (verb) mull over, ask oneself, marvel, brood.
What can I say instead of I think?
‘I Think’ Synonyms ListIn my opinion.As far as I’m concerned – This phrase is often used in a more authoritative sense.I believe that…I am of the opinion that…It is my belief…It seems to me/It appears to me.To my way of thinking/In my way of thinking.I honestly think that/ I honestly believe that…More items…•
What is a better word for think?
Some common synonyms of think are conceive, envisage, envision, fancy, imagine, and realize. While all these words mean “to form an idea of,” think implies the entrance of an idea into one’s mind with or without deliberate consideration or reflection.
How do you spell feel?
verb (used without object), felt, feel·ing. to make examination by touch; grope. to perceive a state of mind or a condition of body: to feel happy; to feel well. to have a sensation of being: to feel warm.
What can I say instead of of course?
of course / synonymsby all means. phr. & adv.certainly. adv. & int.naturally. adv. & int.needless to say. phr. & adv.without a doubt. phr. & adv.indubitably. adv. & int.obviously. adv.assuredly. int. & adv.More items…
How do you replace feelings?
i feel likei would like.methinks.have a feeling.have half a mind.i think that. phr.in my view. phr.i think. phr.would love to.More items…
What can I replace I think with?
If so:believe.consider.conceive.opine.suppose.imagine.reckon.guess.More items…
How do you express your feelings in words?
Words for Emotionsangry: “She was angry with her boss for criticising her work.”annoyed: “I’m very annoyed with him. … appalled = very shocked: “They were appalled to hear that they would lose their jobs.”apprehensive = slightly worried: “I felt a little apprehensive before my interview.”ashamed: “How could you say such a thing?More items…
What is a stronger word for Believe?
What is another word for believe?considermaintaingatherguessjudgepostulatereckonsenseput one’s faith inswear by140 more rows
What’s another way to say I feel?
What is another word for feel?perceivesensedeembelievethinkholdconsidercreditanticipatejust know102 more rows
How do you say I feel in different ways?
i feel / synonymsi think. phr. & prep.i believe. phr. & prep.i sense. phr.i felt. phr.feel. v.i have a feeling. phr.i guess. phr.i got a feeling. phr.More items…
What is another way to say I am?
In dialogue, one character may say I am, while the next person says I’m instead. We could also consider a general term as we, rather than I, as if including oneself in some group, so as to convince others you’re not somehow distanced from what others or what most people would decide how to act.
What do you call someone who thinks deeply?
Synonyms broody, cogitative, meditative, melancholy, musing, pensive, reflective, ruminant, ruminative, thoughtful. See also: contemplative (ODO) (formal) 1 thinking quietly and seriously about something.