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Deliberation

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Considered . . . . Careful and thorough consideration . . . . Awareness of the consequences . . . . Slow, unhurried and steady as though allowing time for decision on each individual action involved [a deliberate pace] . . . . a discussion and consideration by a group of persons of the reasons for and against a measure


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Deliberation n [14c] 1 a: the act of deliberating b: a discussion and consideration by a group of persons of the reasons for and against a measure 2: the quality or state of being deliberate Deliberate adj [L deliberatus, pp. of deliberare to consider carefully, perh. alter. of (assumed) delibrare, fr. de- + libra scale, pound] [15c] 1: characterized by or resulting from careful and thorough consideration [a __ decision] 2: characterized by awareness of the consequences {__ falsehood] 3: slow, unhurried, and steady as though allowing time for decision on each individual action involved {a __ pace] -syn . see Voluntary [Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th Edition. Springfield, MA, USA: Merriam-Webster, Inc. 1995.]




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