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to brainstorm: to think, to produce creative thoughts and ideas (often in a group)
- "Bruno began to brainstorm. If there were only some way that he and Horatio could collaborate to create incredible fragrances."
- "Susie : Brainstorm!"
- "-They're brainstorming."
- "His many tasks involve everything from chemical experimentation to intense brainstorming sessions, during which he lies prostrate on a bed of needles and repeats a string of incomprehensible syllables, often for hours at a time."
- "And I must admit I was truly impressed by the results of his brainstorming sessions."
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