not think much of

idiom

: to not like (someone or something) very much
They didn't think much of my idea.
Though the singer was very popular, she didn't think much of him.

Examples of not think much of in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The surviving pilot said the instructor's head rolled back shortly after takeoff, but admittedly did not think much of it. Abigail Adams, Peoplemag, 21 Feb. 2023 Then again, those recruiting rankings did not think much of Stetson Bennett. Nathan Baird, cleveland, 25 Dec. 2022 The Times Editorial Board, which is separate from The Times’ newsroom, does not think much of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposal for a Community Assistance Recovery and Empowerment Court to help people struggling with debilitating mental illness and homelessness. Gale Holland, Los Angeles Times, 27 July 2022 History clearly records that towering 19th-century Black abolitionist hero Frederick Douglass did not think much of Fourth of July celebrations. Dallas News, 6 July 2021 Trump did not think much of Bush’s 9/11 leadership. W. James Antle Iii, Washington Examiner, 11 Feb. 2021 Psychologist Aldert Vrij of the University of Portsmouth in England, one of the most active researchers of lying, does not think much of nonverbal characteristics of deception either. Christiane Gelitz, Scientific American, 9 Feb. 2021 Jim Baker does not think much of Donald Trump. NBC News, 27 Sep. 2020 Aleman, who is on the student leadership council at Sheridan, did not think much of it after the race. Kyle Neddenriep, The Indianapolis Star, 27 Aug. 2020

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“Not think much of.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/not%20think%20much%20of. Accessed 25 May. 2024.

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