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idea Sentence Examples

  • That idea was troublesome to Carmen as well.

  • The unknown can be worse than reality, and she had no idea what to expect on the flight.

  • I didn't have much of an idea about the cost of raising children then, either.

  • The idea of making love in a strange bedroom was disturbing enough, but with only a door between them and the children, locked or not, it didn't feel right.

  • Everyone liked the idea, so they returned to their rooms and cleaned up.

  • The idea was reinforced when Gerald turned and walked out the door without doing so.

  • Her gaze left his face as she considered the idea.

  • Otherwise, he'll have to live with the idea that it will no longer be in the family after he passes.

  • Alondra was still a big question mark, but her gut said no to that idea too.

  • Only his idea of tempting her with a fine house hadn't worked.

  • To her, the idea was ludicrous, and yet, it probably looked that way to Dulce.

  • Most things had returned to normal, but the trip to Texas had given Jonathan an idea.

  • Jonathan rarely asked for anything and the idea of having someone in the house playing music was appealing.

  • It was the idea that I would never have one... the death of a dream, I guess.

  • The idea came to her suddenly.

  • His gaze drifted away as he considered the idea.

  • That should have been no big surprise, but Carmen would have thought he would welcome the idea of a willing heir.

  • She had accepted the idea that she would never know this moment.

  • He had an idea of how his father felt, fearing he would have to watch his little boy grow and not being able to be the provider.

  • Any idea where she is tonight?

  • The idea of talking to her again was unsettling enough, but to tell her something like this?

  • Of course, there was always the possibility that she had come up with the idea of distracting Spenser, but he found that hard to believe.

  • It was the idea of being deceived.

  • Maybe a little time to yourself is a good idea.

  • It might be a good idea to tell Len or Howard about it.

  • The clever cost savings idea of sleeping in the car didn't sound so safe right now.

  • What would give him the idea that she enjoyed having him carry her across the creek?

  • It only strengthened the idea that he was the caretaker, not the owner.

  • He was probably already dreading the idea of seeing her again.

  • Much as she liked Sarah, the idea of Giddon's displeasure would prohibit any such intent.

  • I had no idea.

  • Not that the idea didn't have some appeal.

  • And yet, the idea was enticing... almost an obsession.

  • Somehow I get the idea that you will find it harder to be idle than working.

  • I had no idea anyone was around.

  • Dating Allen hadn't been a good idea.

  • The idea gave her a cold chill.

  • She had no idea what made him angry one minute and jovial the next.

  • I just don't think it's a good idea for us to be out here alone.

  • Actually, the idea was appealing – in spite of his clumsy invitation.

  • So what difference did it make who came up with the idea as long as it was a good one?

  • For the first time, the idea of marriage crossed her mind.

  • The idea made her smile.

  • She was an open book to him and he was obsessed with the idea of reading it.

  • On the other hand, hadn't she put that idea into his head last night?

  • He sighed and rubbed his head as though the whole idea gave him a headache.

  • The idea struck her suddenly.

  • "This really wasn't a good idea," he said after a while.

  • I didn't have any idea he'd do this to you.

  • Didn't you have any idea how he felt about you?

  • The idea was so romantically ludicrous that she giggled.

  • Maybe he had no idea she had been there.

  • Ironically, it was something he told me Lisa said that gave me the idea to search somewhere else.

  • Dad thinks it's a real coo, but Mom doesn't much care for the idea.

  • An idea flashed through her brain and left a frown on her face.

  • The idea that Brandon felt relieved wasn't all that flattering - or comforting, for that matter.

  • He scratched his jaw reflectively and his eyes brightened with an idea.

  • Is the idea so deplorable?

  • I'm working my way through college, but what have I ever done to give you the idea I was destitute?

  • Give her a little time to accept the idea.

  • Apparently Mrs. Marsh had no idea of Brandon's plans for his future.

  • Don't start acting like it was all my idea.

  • She might be getting over him, but the idea of running into him in town was particularly disturbing.

  • Anyway, why do men have to act on every idea that crosses their mind?

  • An idea brought a mischievous smile to her lips.

  • I like the idea of burying the supplies, but I don't think the Indians would be fooled if we buried everything – even if we could.

  • Her stomach churned at the idea.

  • Had the idea only been a clever method to gain favors?

  • What gave you that idea?

  • There was no point in telling them that riding with Bordeaux hadn't been her idea.

  • I didn't hire him and I have no idea what deal you are talking about.

  • I'd think that would make you even more comfortable with the idea.

  • The only thing I'm attracted to is his job offer - and the idea of getting out of this gossipy little town.

  • I guess that's my idea of getting somewhere.

  • Maybe that's not too good an idea after all.

  • Seeing her at the diner probably gave him the idea of getting help.

  • Even as the idea occurred that she would rather have this room, she knew she couldn't ask.

  • The idea was especially welcome, as she had become so organized that cleaning took no more than half the day.

  • Hopefully he had no idea how her heart beat double time occasionally at the strangest things.

  • I think it would be a good idea if I moved upstairs.

  • I had no idea it was troubling you.

  • The idea brought a rush of heat to her neck.

  • She was wrong, all right - and she had no idea how wrong she was.

  • She had been reluctant to mention her idea before, but now she was desperate enough to risk his anger.

  • I put the idea in his head.

  • Maybe it would be a good idea for you to stay out there a while and find the answers.

  • It was a good thing Cade was with her, because she had no idea how to get back to the house.

  • I had no idea where this conversation was going.

  • I'd have no idea.

  • I missed Betsy desperately and the idea of a couple of unexpected days with her was inviting, regardless of the reason.

  • Of course I agreed though I had no idea how I'd accomplish the task and dreaded even trying.

  • I don't disagree and God knows I have no more idea what's causing these visions but they're ruling his life right now.

  • No, nor does Quinn have any idea how or why they are occurring in the first place.

  • I told him I had no idea how you accomplished what you did but you were a crystal ball of an asset to us.

  • I have no idea how they do it but if my money helps to save lives; it is being put to good use.

  • God knows who else will hound you if they have any idea of your capabilities.

  • Spring's arrival suggested a garden and Betsy embraced the idea whole heartedly.

  • Martha had no siblings and Quinn had no idea of what might have sprouted from his alien family tree.

  • Brennan felt Merrill Cooms idea had merit.

  • Her visions are limited as to time or location and she has no idea when they might disappear.

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