So, Obama either did not do that or—more dispiriting to contemplate—he did do it and this still happened.
But the consequences of a nuclear exchange are almost too horrible to contemplate.
Losing her mother, Suzy, to cancer prods journalist Katherine Rosman to contemplate who her mother really was.
I contemplate the tiny cream-colored square—doll size, barely enough to satisfy Minnie Mouse.
After all, the justices only have so much time to contemplate heavy ethical issues before needing a frozen-yogurt break.
She ran out as soon as supper was over to contemplate her new toy.
Well might Gaston contemplate her in silent and wondering admiration.
The final triumph of militarism would be too appalling to contemplate.
He did not contemplate a general insurrection and slaughter.
Only the utterly vile can contemplate real unassuming goodness and unselfishness without a certain warming of the heart.