He pondered the possible careers he might have without a college education.
Unable to get the tractor out of the ditch, the farmer pondered his next move.
The generals pondered their options, and decided to postpone the invasion until spring.
I pondered the question for a long while until I crafted an excellent answer.
What is the latin root word in pondered
He was not sure whether he wanted to go, and his ambivalence was obvious as he pondered his decision.
Yes you can! "For ten long years, I pondered how to start a sentence with 'for'."
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I personally find "the idea of" superfluous.
among , save
"Love and hate battled in his mind as he pondered..."
The Latin word for pondered is contemplated. You could be pondering a question, or you could be contemplating the question. If you want to use two words, you could say, "thinking about".
Careful not to provoke the hippos, I made my way between the ponderous beasts. His audience was obviously tired by the end of his ponderous speech.
The Latin root is 'pondus' meaning to weigh
"He pondered meditatively in the midst of chaos." "As his boat drifted slowly down the quiet river, the poet reflected meditatively on his own drifting path through life."