Definition of to one's way of thinking in English:

to one's way of thinking

phrase

  • In one's opinion.

    ‘that, to his way of thinking, would only make matters worse’
    • ‘After all, to their way of thinking, there are ‘many more where that came from.’’
    • ‘His escape is the most spectacular and exciting part of the entire film, to my way of thinking, and is really exciting moviemaking.’
    • ‘The focus, to my way of thinking, should remain on the president as the country internalizes the fact that this war was a mistake.’
    • ‘At the age of 42, when most mothers are beginning to dream of putting their feet up, Karen Slater had - to my way of thinking - a somewhat odd way of spending a nice day out.’
    • ‘Through their kindness, the children were technically exposing themselves to disciplinary action, which, to my way of thinking, is a stupid situation.’
    • ‘You know, to my way of thinking, if you have credible information about a specific threat, you don't go giving a news conference.’
    • ‘That's much more attractive, to my way of thinking, than living in a soulless outer suburb far from facilities and employment opportunities.’
    • ‘Perhaps there is something amiss with my sense of values, but this, to my way of thinking, is barefaced robbery.’
    • ‘But there is logic at work here, or at least what passes for logic to my way of thinking.’
    • ‘His title means nothing, and, to his way of thinking, the only thing left that defines him is his service in the army.’