One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘these figures give the lie to the notion that the country is strike-ridden’
idea, belief, concept, conception, conviction, opinion, view, thought, impression, image, perception, mental picture
assumption, presumption, hypothesis, theory, supposition
feeling, funny feeling, suspicion, sneaking suspicion, hunch
2‘Claire had no notion of what he meant’
understanding, idea, awareness, knowledge, clue, inkling
British informal the foggiest idea, the foggiest notion
3‘you can't expect us to fire any of our staff just because you get a notion to come back’
impulse, inclination, whim, desire, wish, fancy, caprice, whimsy
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