thought-try (n); pl. thought-tries
A mushy, malformed, inchoate, myopic, rashly edited, ill-conceived (in sin), self-published, self-indulgent, incomplete, yet sincere attempt at a coherent thought. Thought is the word, try is the verb:
Ety. “thought:” before 900; Middle English thinken, Old English thyncan; cognate with Dutch dunken, German dünken, Old Norse thykkja, Gothic thugkjan.
Ety “try“: <
1. to attempt to do or accomplish: Try it before you say it’s simple.
2. to test the effect or result of (often followed by out): to try a new method; to try a recipe out.
3. to endeavor to evaluate by experiment or experience: to try a new field; to try a new book.
Related: “trying” (adjective)