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1. He continued to ponder the problem as he walked home.
2. We intend to ponder all the alternatives before acting.
3. They were left to ponder on the implications of the announcement.
4. She sat back for a minute to ponder her next move in the game.
5. We can ponder over the ways and means for raising funds before the construction work starts.
6. The visitor can ponder over the boomerangs used by aborigines at the time of Cook.
7. Authorities ponder whether to charge the driver.
8. He stopped to ponder the question.
9. Scientists still ponder over the origin of man.
10. I am proposing to ponder the question of Letterman's script up in the higher altitudes.
11. We would do well to ponder the anguish of those turbulent years.
12. It is interesting to ponder how the values of planners are formulated with respect to determining aesthetic criteria for decision-making.
13. The purpose, I think, is to ponder questions important to human experience.
14. It is therefore prudent for theologians to ponder the relation of their work to the world of modern science.
15. We take time to ponder and bring to consciousness whatever is evoked.
16. His present-day detractors might well ponder what would have happened to the country had he died.
17. On bended knee I ask you to ponder this phenomenon.
18. When women ponder on an individual, emotion or social phenomenon, it is called Gossip.
19. It is worth spending a little time to ponder the significance of this.
20. An ongoing debate among those who ponder fashion has been whether dresses, suits and blouses can be considered art.
21. No need to ponder stuff like neoclassical, traditional, deconstructionist or what the dancers should wear on their feet.
22. Quinn paused for a moment to ponder what he was doing.
23. He walked out of the room, leaving me to ponder what he had just said.
24. As Ahab and the crew pass it by from day to day they ponder its meaning.sentencedict.com
25. Leicester, scoring only once more despite concerted attacks, were left to ponder on what might have been.
26. The watchman retreated to get on with his cooking and perhaps ponder his next step.
27. The long weekend also gave me time to myself to rest and ponder on all that had gone and was to come.
28. Jody is almost glad she has no time to ponder this more deeply.
29. I had much on my mind, and I wanted to ponder over my problems, real or imaginary.
30. It happened so quick he had no time to ponder.
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