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Synonyms for deliberate

Synonyms for deliberate

planned, weighed, or estimated in advance

careful and slow in acting, moving, or deciding

to use the powers of the mind, as in conceiving ideas, drawing inferences, and making judgments

to meet and exchange views to reach a decision

Synonyms for deliberate

discuss the pros and cons of an issue

carefully thought out in advance

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unhurried and with care and dignity

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Learning to deliberate requires: 1) critical thought in making and evaluating arguments, 2) knowledge that can provide reasons in arguments, and 3) discernment of what is worth deliberating about.
When you consider that the jury found him not guilty of three counts and the vote was 8-4 in favor of not guilty on the remaining one, and after the jury began deliberating the girl called somebody and said, 'Let him go,' it would seem to me it would be difficult to try the case with any reasonable prospect of success,'' said Heinatz's attorney, Richard Monahan.
NEW YORK - Jurors began deliberating Thursday on whether two former executives looted more than $600 million from Tyco International Inc.
After deliberating nearly three days, jurors in the 1997 North Hollywood bank robbery shootout trial declared Wednesday that they were deadlocked, but the judge ordered them to try again.
2--Color) Deputy Alan Young checks in on 16-year-old foreman Gus Caravalho, left, and other teen jurors deliberating a case in Newhall.
Jurors were instructed to reserve judgment until they heard all the evidence and begin deliberating.