deliberative

[ dih-lib-er-uh-tiv, -uh-rey-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF deliberative
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DELIBERATIVE

"That can hardly be permitted at this time," said the other in a deliberative manner.

After the first outburst, she was quiet—the quiet that is deliberative, threatening.

One day a deliberative council of Issati chiefs was held, to consult respecting various matters.

The governor is president, and has a deliberative and casting vote.

Deliberative oratory, which has its place in deliberative bodies.

What is the special sense of motion in a deliberative assembly?

Well, maybe you know what a deliberative body of Frenchmen is like.

Scarcely the semblance of a deliberative assembly was maintained.

The deliberative power of the body had nothing to do with it.

If you ever get into Congress—I can see the finish of that aggregation as a deliberative body.

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