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good (or nice) thinking

Definition of good or nice thinking in English:

Used as an expression of approval for an ingenious plan or observation.
Example sentences
  • However, his great stroke of genius was the lateral thinking he employed when he decided to use the same principle on a larger scale, on a different surface, thus inventing the lawn mower. Good thinking, huh?
  • Now that's good thinking, but still not very heroic.
  • It was good thinking, except I'd forgotten it was Tuesday and, on Tuesdays, the Post Office in Spilsby shuts at midday.
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