Formulate [verb]

Definition of Formulate:

plan, specify systematically

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Decision making is about formulating alternative plans of action, considering their consequences, and choosing between them.

It’s possible, the third employee speculated, that the lack of a strategy being communicated could be the result of their company’s top leaders formulating an overall strategy that has yet to trickle down.

And, as the Democrats’ platform and policy plans are formulated, the Sanders wing of the party has continued to play this role.

The idea was formulated at the tail end of the Cold War as a multinational collaboration, but design work didn’t properly start until the turn of the millennium, and its parent organization wasn’t launched until 2007.

We have since engaged in detailed conversations with Facebook and are pleased to see their new commitments based on a four-point action plan formulated by the Global Alliance for Responsible Media.

Studying different mechanisms for time, including fundamental clocks, could help physicists formulate that new theory.

He attempted to formulate some plans in his mind, and after a time it occurred to him that he should go back West to Gregory.

He even began to formulate plans by which he could lure the unsuspecting Peter Levine into telling what he knew.

Bristow did not have time or need to formulate an excuse for his presence before Mr. Fulton rushed up the steps to meet Maria.

It is hardly possible of course from a distance of 57 miles to formulate an accurate idea of a mountain's shape.