Deliberating [verb]

Definition of Deliberating:

think about seriously; discuss

Opposite/Antonyms of Deliberating:

Sentence/Example of Deliberating:

People can also choose from several preset schedules if they don’t want to spend too much time deliberating.

The omission was deliberate, according to Howard Simon, the former executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida, who helped write the amendment.

In corals there’s some evidence of a deliberate process—not with regard to bacteria, but algae.

Without deliberate and immediate efforts by democratic governments to win back agency, corporate and authoritarian governance models will erode democracy everywhere.

As the school system deliberated, Baltimore, which had seen lower numbers of cases early in the pandemic than many cities on the East Coast, started to see an increase.

That means reversing a century of US fire suppression policies and relying far more on deliberate, prescribed burns to clear out the vegetation that builds up into giant piles of fuel.

The challenge of prioritization doubled or tripled, so I try to be more deliberate about where I’m spending time.

For months, school officials across the nation have deliberated over not just whether to reopen — but how to make the decision in the first place.

"We won't waste time by an elaborate toilet, dear," said Carry, seeing Ida deliberating upon two dresses.

Whilst we spend our time in deliberating on the mode of governing two millions, we shall find we have millions more to manage.