- v. present participle of contemplate.
“Yes, the moment has arrived to begin contemplating the dismantling of the Israeli state as it presently exists.”
“I just completed an in-depth study on the carbon foot print of Fundamentalist Enviros and the natural resources they consume in contemplating, publishing and promoting their peculiar life styles and alternate realities.”
“Ms. EPSTEIN: We were very aware in contemplating whether or not to take this on that most of the writers who'd been involved in the past were playwrights.”
“For some, this topic is one of simple factual and historical curiosity, while for others, it is a matter of some deeper consideration in contemplating questions of liturgical reform within the 20th century -- which is a conversation which can hopefully be approached in a more dispassionate light in our times.”
“What satisfaction for the human spirit in contemplating these laws of motion and equilibrium for all bodies in the universe, and in finding within them proof of the existence of Him who governs the universe”
“Part of what I have been groping towards articulating is that a stumbling block in contemplating/examining this stuff is the rather parochial way the English language handles the notions of 'mind' or 'consciousness'.”
“One thing I've been contemplating is an object registry - a little similar in concept to the 'why' behind DOIs, but geared towards items held in visible collections.”
“I see no harm in contemplating a new conservative party.”
“Because science has not come up with a objective methodology for resolving this issue, I move on and begin contemplating alternative methods of inquiry.”
““The pleasure I take in contemplating lives on the ascendant reassures me about myself,” she told Germaine Patat.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘contemplating’.
so digging through my old stuff I found this list titled Hippopotomonstrosensquippedaliaphilia.
some of these words now seem embarassingly everyday, but I remember how excited I was, hearing ...
Looking for tweets for contemplating.