It broods over every society, and they unconsciously seek for it in each other.
He broods over it for days, and at last it comes to him like an inspiration.
He broods over this till I can see it in his eyes; but I don't dare say anything to him.
No doubt he lives on olives and macaroni, and broods over what might have been.
Is it peace or stagnation which broods over a spot like this?
The darkness which broods over this country can be felt—it is no place for me.
Perhaps it is just the spirit that broods over that strange land and people.
He broods over the world's ingratitude until he gets to be a cynic.
He doesn't get out into the world as I do, and of course he broods over his troubles.
Like the miser, he broods over his treasures: he does not use them.