deciding

[ dih-sahy-ding ]SEE DEFINITION OF deciding

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECIDING

We are aided by all who desire self-government and a voice in deciding their own affairs.

She was deciding, as instantly as Linda had done, that she liked this man.

Here was a man, she was deciding, who for his age was the physical superior of any she had ever met.

I came to you, my sweet, the moment I saw the doubt, and the necessity of deciding.

So he let it go, deciding to make what corrections might be necessary afterwards.

Every magistrate is a judge, and every judge is a magistrate, on the day on which he is deciding the suit.

"Uncle Quintin has left that matter to my own deciding," Aline reminded her.

There was no especial need of deciding which one of them marked his present status.

So deciding, he settled that matter, and put it out of his head until its hour.

Indeed, it looked as if it was to prove the deciding factor in the problem.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DECIDING

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