- n. Plural form of rumination.
“It seems to that the opportunity for the public to read relatively spontaneous, unintermediated, and bite-sized ruminations from a Nobel Prize winner is a pretty significant symbol of the value of blogs as a medium.”
“Helen wandered home, absorbed in ruminations over her new position: and she was so absent that Mrs. Tomkinson's distrust of my lord was confirmed; and it seemed almost time to hint her very low opinion of him to Mr. Phillips.”
“Anyway the result of these ruminations is John’s Law of Buying Books:”
“But his ruminations are a useful reminder that we should not take low interest rates for granted.”
“The thread running through their ruminations is the importance of the media: “the prioritized task of bringing on board journalists of repute to accept our position”.”
“With production and arranging help from Ben Folds -- and no small amount of ironic self-awareness -- Shatner atoned for his earlier recording misstep with this well-regarded album of spoken word ruminations and autumnal musings.”
“Reuters Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi But the shootings appear to be yielding the kind of ruminations on civility and violence not seen since domestic terrorists blew up the Alfred P.”
“The Pontificator has launched his series of "ruminations" on St. Paul's Letter to the Romans.”
“Update: Carla weighs in as well, although I should point out that picking on the specific ten-dollar word "ruminations" was a goof on myself, which context was kinda left out of her excerpt.”
“He had been interested in the girl's attitude on the matter and had wholly deferred to it, giving him, as it did, a glimpse, distinctly pleasing, of the kind of ruminations she would in general be governed by -- which were quite such as fell in with his own taste.”
Looking for tweets for ruminations.