from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Characterized by or prone to meditation. See Synonyms at pensive.
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- adj. Of or pertaining to meditation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Disposed to meditate, or to meditation
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Addicted to meditation.
- Pertaining or inclining to or expressing meditation: as, a meditative mood.
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- adj. deeply or seriously thoughtful
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St. Vincent and Borg were accommodating them, the latter for the most part in meditative monosyllables.
The daguerreotype had better be taken with reference to the engraving to accompany the memoir - the hair combed or brushed from the brow, so as to show a high forehead - the expression meditative - a book in the hand, &c.
Experiments have indicated that the region of the brain associated with emotions such as compassion shows considerably higher activity in those with long-term meditative experience.
The second level of tantra, the everlasting pathway continuum, refers to a specific method for becoming a Buddha, namely meditative practices involving Buddha-figures.
He combined it with indigenous Chinese dao-yin exercises derived from animal movements, and the resulting blend became a fundamental practice and common denominator in Chinese meditative, medicinal and martial arts.
Oriental cast of countenance, their dark complexions, their flashing eyes, and that expression, at once apprehensive and meditative, which is so much more remarkable in children than in those of a more mature age.
"What the 'net does is shift the emphasis of our intelligence away from what might be called a meditative or contemplative intelligence and more toward what might be called a utilitarian intelligence," Carr said.
What the Net does is shift the emphasis of our intelligence, away from what might be called a meditative or contemplative intelligence and more toward what might be called a utilitarian intelligence.
Pleasant, that connects with word meditative, calm and slow, reminding album hated by many, Zodiaque by Rick Wakeman (I like that album).
"What the Net does is shift the emphasis of our intelligence, away from what might be called a meditative or contemplative intelligence and more toward what might be called a utilitarian intelligence," he said.