premeditate

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to consider and plan in advance

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consider, ponder, or plan (an action) beforehand

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admitted he quarreled with the victim, identified as Rahimuldeen, but denied having any motivation or premeditative intent to kill him.
Jones further said that Hughes is talented, but he really needs to work on his premeditative movements.
Masahiko Sudo, presiding judge at the second petty bench of the top court, said in the ruling that the death penalty is ''unavoidable'' as the murders were ''premeditative and atrocious.''
Zofia Lissa states that composers typically make a conscious and premeditative decision to create musical humor.
If we truly aspire to bring about a significant change in the well-being of the disadvantaged, we should therefore be willing to use private law in a principled and premeditative way; we should not be content with merely engaging in a limited redistribution by the tax system.