forthink

forthink

(fɔːˈθɪŋk)
vb
1. (tr) to regret or rethink
2. (intr) to change one's mind
References in classic literature ?
No doubt he is a sensible man, and I suppose may have a natural talent forthinks strongly and clearlyand when he takes a pen in hand, his thoughts naturally find proper words.
"If that fails and we are left on the cliff edge of no deal with no other options, then, and only then, would I endorse the call for a people's vote on the proposed no deal departure and encourage our MPs to do the same." O d" On Sunday, John Leech, the leader of the Lib Dem opposition on Manchester council and the former MP for Withington, said Brexit would be devastating, and called forthink? Viewpoints, Mitchell Henry Hollinwood Ave, OL9 8EF viewpoints news.co.uk a 'People's Vote' that would give the public a 'final say' on Brexit.