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Premeditate  v. i.  To think, consider, deliberate, or revolve in the mind, beforehand.

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"Premeditate" Quotes from Famous Books

... mastiff... And neither of us is moved at all! For us the spring is only a dotard sorcerer who has forgotten the spells of yesterday. I think that it is pitiable, although I would not have it otherwise." She waited, fairy-like and wanton, seeming to premeditate a ...
— Domnei • James Branch Cabell et al

Words linked to "Premeditate" :   debate, mull over, mull, speculate, reflect, premeditation, meditate, muse, deliberate, moot, excogitate, chew over, think over, ruminate

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