enter your mind

enter your mind
enter your mind/head/ phrase
if a thought enters your head, you think about it or consider it

Why such a bizarre notion should have entered her head I cannot imagine.

It never entered my head to do anything else.

Thesaurus: to have a thought or thoughtssynonym
Main entry: enter

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enter your mind — see enter
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Main Entry:mind

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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