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contemplate

kon tuhm playt

  • v  look at thoughtfully; observe deep in thought
    contemplate one's navel
  • v  consider as a possibility
    I contemplated leaving school and taking a full-time job
  • v  think intently and at length, as for spiritual purposes
  • v  reflect deeply on a subject

  • Unmistaken Child inevitably leads you to consider the material world and to contemplate the balance in your own life between physical gratification and spirituality.
  • With X-ray vision, this serious indie comedy, written and directed by Lynn Shelton, sees through its male characters macho pretensions to contemplate the underlying forces hard .
  • For a while it is pleasant enough to contemplate these loose ends, and to tease from them the possible contours of a story.
Quotes

  • Reggie B Walton in Forbes
    The law, Walton said in court documents, "does not appear to contemplate a situation in which a defendant may be placed under supervised release without first completing a term of incarceration."
  • Simon Cowell in FOXNews
    I'm not going to pretend that we're even going to contemplate saving you,said Simon Cowell.
  • Mats Sundin in Chicago Tribune
    I have always believed I would finish my career as a Toronto Maple Leaf, so the actual request was still a very difficult one for me to contemplate,Sundin said in a statement."

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