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- v. To ponder or reflect on a subject.
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- v. reflect deeply on a subject
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These were large commissions for two extremely busy women, but both Miss Thomas and Miss Garrett -- realizing Miss Anthony's intense earnestness -- promised to think over the suggestions and see what they could do.
Though there was a hack in waiting, he preferred to walk, as it would give him a chance to think over what he proposed to say to Dr. Crawford in Carl's behalf.
When I had listened to all they had to tell, I began to walk up and down near Briony Lodge once more, and to think over my plan of campaign.
Come and see me again, Mr. Kennaston -- and meanwhile, think over what I have said. "
Mrs. Bradley finished up with a gas poker as a present for Mrs. Waller, who had said that she should like one, and with a very vague undertaking to think over the question of installing a geyser in her house.