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deliberate about (someone or something)

To consider, discuss, or confer about someone or something, often for a lengthy period of time. This is a big decision, so I need some more time to deliberate about it, all right?
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deliberate over (someone or something)

To consider, discuss, or confer about someone or something, often for a lengthy period of time. This is a big decision, so I need some more time to deliberate over it with my family, all right?
See also: deliberate, over

deliberate about someone or something

 and deliberate on someone or something
to think about someone or something; to consider what to do about someone or something. How long do you intend to deliberate about Carol? We will deliberate about this matter as long as it takes to do it right. Let's deliberate on this for a while.
See also: deliberate

deliberate over someone or something

to discuss and argue about someone or something. We will deliberate over this question tomorrow. We have been deliberating over Karen long enough.
See also: deliberate, over
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Add-on actions have high levels of deliberateness because intentions are added-to rather than challenged.
Therefore it is to be expected that in terms of the enemy's plan there must be this suspicion and that if we are committed to the problem of emancipation to the same degree it is part of our duty to bring to the attention of the black people the deliberateness of the enemy's subjugation scheme.
In the past, there was some thought given to my teaching techniques but not with the deliberateness I have now," he said.
feel the way you fit together, the bones, flesh," continues to reach for answers in bodily experience, but then breaks down into line-broken deliberateness, asking for sentiment it hasn't earned--"like a husband who knows the / meaning of prognosis, hold her like a husband who can / do nothing.
The most significant of these is that we have been unable to pursue with students a strategy of metacognitive awareness about problem-solving procedures and skills with the degree of deliberateness and intentionality that research has shown to exert a transformative effect on cognitive structures (e.
Apply this to the speed of technology versus the inherent deliberateness of leadership.
Another factor that was considered was good faith on the part of the state's officer, with deliberateness or intent in conducting the violation on the part of the official being a very strong reason to exclude evidence for being collected improperly.
Stein's writing practice identifies human interiors which lead her to write in syntaxes formed by participles, gerunds and impersonal pronouns which move with a deliberateness that mirrors mental processes.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry on April 20 said Erdogan spoke with deliberateness.
In the former instance, the deliberateness of the defendam's action is a key element, and the aggrieved party may not need expert testimony to prevail.
In the former instance, the deliberateness of the defendant's action is a key element, and the aggrieved party may not need expert testimony to prevail.
In "Come August" and "Harvesters" the deliberateness of Cross's narrative technique is quite effective.
The firms with high levels of deliberateness in manufacturing strategy formation (FGCO, SSCO) were those whose managers in all levels were educated in the highest level of business training.
There's a deliberateness in her speech that feels like she's telling her story for the first time; a consciousness in her communication reflecting the life she chose after her first visit to L.