What is the opposite of think?

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Opposite of to have a belief or be of the opinion of
“I doubt the new Miley Cyrus album will be very good.”
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Opposite of to be in expectation of
“I am unaware if he will be posting another update on social media very soon.”
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Opposite of to go over in one's head
“I have had time to think, and now it is time to act.”
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(think of/about) Opposite of to consider the possibility of
“Seeing the negative effects of drinking on his father made him reject alcohol.”
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Opposite of to recall from memory
“She chose to forget all the miserable times they had together.”
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Opposite of to imagine a possible scenario
“I always did know we would meet again someday.”
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(think of/about) Opposite of to have a concern about
“She was inundated with work and would consequently neglect her son who was recovering from his illness.”
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(rare) Opposite of to have an estimation of someone or something
“It seems I did misjudge you to be a mean person.”
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Opposite of to have a belief or opinion about something, sometimes irrationally
“I will distrust in the existence of any deity until science has proven otherwise.”
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Opposite of to regard as an opinion
“As you freely allow that scoundrel to express his opinions, I can no longer sit idly by and withhold mine.”
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Opposite of to have as a belief or opinion
“He and his employers refute accusations that his style of investigation constitutes entrapment.”
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Opposite of to think, consider, or expect to be the case
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Opposite of to theorize, or consider the possibility of
“This provided a reliable foundation on which to confirm mathematical laws using inductive reasoning.”
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Opposite of to regard as likely
“I know that is a durian based on the unmistakable smell.”
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Opposite of to conceive of or envisage in the mind
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Opposite of to be lost in thought
“I tend to be alert once my mind is fully rested.”
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Opposite of to give greater praise than due
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Opposite of to have intentions for a given outcome
“It would chance that Cersei and Jaime would have children, though it may not necessarily have been their intention to do so.”
Noun
(informal) Opposite of the act of thinking
“A little less thinking and a little more action, please.”
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