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    #1

    sense

    He had the good ______ to withdraw from the election contest.
    A. idea B. thought C. thinking D. sense

    Which one is suitable? WHY?

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    Re: sense

    You try first.

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    Re: sense

    I will choose "sense", but don't know why.

    I just want to confirm whether the sentence is natural to a native.

    Plus, is there any difference between "thought" and "thinking" as nouns. I mean, just in everyday conversation.

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