deliberates

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

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She wept—she hesitated—and "the woman that deliberates is lost."

"He who deliberates is lost," said Heyst with grave mockery.

The court then deliberates and sends its decision to the Colonel.

The cavalry officer is like the woman who deliberates—he's lost.

Instead of inquiring into what is, he deliberates about what ought to be.

The Convention, really much at a loss, discusses and deliberates.

In spite of all the virtue we can boast, The person who deliberates in lost.

The jury, after receiving its instructions, retires from the court room and deliberates in secret.

Do not divers wills distract the mind, while he deliberates which he should rather choose?

She turns her back upon the tea drinkers as she deliberates, my lady chez Columbin.