Contemplating [verb]

Definition of Contemplating:

think about seriously; plan

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It is also an early investor in the cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase, which was last valued by its private investors at $8 billion and is reportedly contemplating an IPO, possibly early next year.

Soonin Ham offers overlapped contrapuntal images that conjure a fading past, while Alan Sislen and Van Pulley contemplate vast landscapes veiled by, respectively, mist or sunlight.

It is not clear what next steps he is contemplating or when they might happen.

Some said the threats ultimately strengthened their resolve to run for office, but many worried that women contemplating a future in politics would be deterred by the possibility of harassment – or worse.

Some said they have contemplated taking their own lives because of the stress.

In July, Covid-19 cases were still rising rapidly in Hyderabad and the authorities were contemplating another lockdown.

We contemplate the stars, our place in the cosmos, life’s meaning, what follows death.

The feeling that follows contemplating nature or art that we find inspiring is often joy, as these are experiences that help people feel connected to something beyond themselves, whether to the natural world or to others' feelings or experiences.

They decided to “reenact” the different ways he could die, and in the midst of it, they contemplate the meaning of life.

Some current and former management shareholders, working with Aleman, contemplated trying to recruit another buyer who would pay a far higher price.