deliberated

[ adjective dih-lib-er-it; verb dih-lib-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF deliberated

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He paused here, deliberated for a time, and then added another paragraph.

Keeping his eyes on the floor, he deliberated upon his choice of conduct.

He started, deliberated an instant, and answered, "The Boca del Dragon."

They deliberated about what was to be done under the circumstances.

I stopped for a moment and deliberated whether or not I should proceed.

I deliberated for some time as to which end of this new road I should take.

For half an hour he deliberated what he should do if chosen.

We deliberated whether we would hunt him up and talk of old times.

The preliminary letters I had you all saw, and we deliberated upon them together.

He deliberated for a while, and then said, 'This is a case of alopecia.