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Johnson defended his move, saying he was trying to “make this a more deliberative process.”

From Axios

Such deliberative democracy may start to bind up the wounds—pandemic and otherwise—of the intensely partisan 2020.

From Time

While asserting that many unions are “thoughtful and deliberative in their actions,” Acevedo cautions that they now must “be careful not to defend the indefensible.”

From Time

There’s no debate and no deliberative, committee-driven process required.

The founders envisioned a system of checks and balances, of pluralistic competition and deliberative government.

From Vox

And, second, we already use sortition to select an important deliberative body, the trial jury.

This is a deliberative conversation, and he tries to get as much meaning into as few words as possible.

“Deliberative process” probably means, in this case, killing the legislation.

Ninety-four years of reasonably deliberative history was thus replicated in three fortnights of panic inside the Eccles Building.

Designed as the deliberative power, the Senate had become instead the negative power, the selfish power.

Reason and common sense demand that a great Church should have some sort of deliberative assembly.

In other respects the functions of the council seem to have been of a deliberative character.

His ancestral sceptre in his hand, he is going to hold a deliberative assembly of the unarmed host.

I have slight respect or esteem for deliberative assemblies split up into factions and parties.

It is due to truth to say that the Convention did not possess all the desirable characteristics of a deliberative assembly.

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On this page you'll find 154 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to deliberative, such as: analytical, attentive, cerebral, earnest, melancholy, and pensive.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.