Thesaurus / debating


While debating the subject with myself, he appeared at the window.

He had evidently not decided yet, and was debating in his own mind what course to pursue.

The White ChiefMayne Reid

As I was debating whether to risk the jump from the window, a man came down the street and halted at the cab.

The peroration as barely reported seems below the level of a debating society.

Lord ChathamArchibald Phillip Primrose Rosebery

These names are enough to show that there was no lack of debating talent.

He was clear that the House had a right to consult or admit to the privilege of debating, any individual whom they thought proper.

She was debating in her own mind whether she would tell him about his mother's visit or not; then she decided it would be better.

A Mad LoveBertha M. Clay

Take no pleasure in debating against your own soul; for that is but to serve Satan's design.

Tyrrell did not reply exactly to these remarks, but appeared as if debating with himself.

Pelham, CompleteEdward Bulwer-Lytton

The question of unionism is sometimes held by managers as a deciding one when debating the opening of a mine.

The Business of MiningArthur J. Hoskin


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