What is a word for saying something without thinking?

mad. mindless. nonsensical. nutty. off-the-wall.

What to use instead of thinking about it?

Synonyms & Antonyms of think

  • allow.
  • [chiefly Southern & Midland],
  • believe,
  • conceive,
  • consider,
  • deem,
  • esteem,
  • feel,

How do you say think about it?

chew the cud

  1. chew the fat.
  2. converse.
  3. digest.
  4. meditate.
  5. mull something over.
  6. muse.
  7. ponder over.
  8. ruminate.

What is a word for action without thinking?

Impulsive. Check some synonyms to this word. Impulsive comes to my mind from what you describe. I think impulsive can be used, since somebody is doing something without properly realizing and its after-effects, it can be suggestive of an impulse of doing something.

What is the synonym of gullible?

(or naïve), susceptible, trusting, unwary, wide-eyed.

What does overly idealistic mean?

When you’re idealistic, you dream of perfection, whether in yourself or other people. For example, you might have the idealistic goal of bringing an end to childhood poverty in the world. The adjective idealistic describes someone whose plans or goals of helping others are lofty, grand, and possibly unrealistic.

Which means same as think about?

(phrasal verb) in the sense of ponder. I have often thought about this problem. Synonyms. ponder.

What is another word for without thinking?

Synonyms for. Without thinking about it. Hold to adjust. spur of the moment. without a second thought. without even thinking about it. in a heartbeat. in a second. not thinking.

What word means “doing something without thinking like breathing?

“Instinct” and “instinctively” are probably the best words that can represent the meaning “doing something without thinking like breathing.” What word means “doing something without planning?”

What word means “doing something without planning”?

What word means “doing something without planning?” “Spontaneously” and “impetuously” are adverbs that suggest the meaning “doing something without planning.” Hey fellow Linguaholics!