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(1) It might help people think better of him.
(2) Originally we were going to buy John's old car, but we thought better of it.
(3) Rosie was about to protest but thought better of it.
(4) She has behaved appallingly-I must say I thought better of her.
(5) Alberg opened his mouth, as if to protest. But he thought better of it.
(6) He started to say something, then thought better of it.
(7) Then he thought better of it.
(8) She half turned but thought better of it.
(9) But then she thought better of it.
(10) He passed Miguel the joint but Miguel thought better of it.
(11) She apparently thought better of it,(sentencedict.com) but her face started to crumple as if she was going to cry.
(12) Only the mother of the frightened girl started to say something, but thought better of it.
(13) Cowher said later he momentarily contemplated tackling Hudson, but thought better of it.
(14) If they did this particularly well, analysts were thought well of by their bosses.
(15) He picked up his glass, empty once more, thought better of it, and put it down.
(16) But he thought better of it and slowly breathed out the air through his nose.
(17) He had already considered returning to London in the closing stages of the war, but had thought better of it.
(18) He half raised his arm to draw her attention, and thought better of it. Sentencedict.com
(19) If Clarke had intended to pursue his enquiries further, he obviously thought better of it under that formidable gaze.
(20) You must think better of it.
(21) You must think better of your resolution.
(22) I dare say you'll think better of it in an hour.
(23) And other indians Indians may think better of them for using? tech modern technology.
(24) It's a foolish idea; I hope you will think better of it.
(25) People will think better of you if you say sorry.
(26) Think better of my proposal I will call you tomorrow.
(27) You were right, I think better of him now that I know him.
(28) What a foolish idea! I hope you think better of it.
(29) He could have forced the window in time, anyone could, but he seemed suddenly to think better of it.
(30) He is incredulous when she says that some people might think better of Jason for confessing his fear.
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