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  1. Fleur de mort
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    Exclamation A penny for your thoughts

    Can I use this idiom when I see someone that he is absentminded??
    A penny for your thoughts

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    Re: A penny for your thoughts

    Absent-minded means forgetful. Use that expression when someone is lost in his or her own thoughts (contemplative). contemplative - Definitions from Dictionary.com

  2. Fleur de mort
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    Re: A penny for your thoughts

    mykwyner

    Thanks a lot.
    I get it.

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