As I pondered my revelation I came to discover multiple reasons for my decision.
Strange as it may seem, I first pondered this question in the airport concourse at Seattle.
Ybarra had also pondered the allure of this kind of wildness.
Brother Patrick became weaker and weaker and others stop coming around as they pondered over their own status.
Lewis says it was Konstantin Tsiokovsky who first pondered “exploitation of asteroids” in 1903.
He pondered the situation deeply; he evolved many foolish schemes to compass his own enlightenment, and dismissed them one by one.
She pondered for a while, then had a sudden brain-wave and chuckled.
When he came to the one sent out by the boy whose car he had wrecked, he pondered over it for a long time.
But the more he pondered it the more convinced he became it was anything but a dream.
And the more I brooded and pondered, the more did it seem to me that everything now looked pretty smooth.
early 14c., "to estimate the worth of, to appraise," from Old French ponderer "to weigh, poise" (14c., Modern French pondérer) and directly from Latin ponderare "ponder, consider, reflect," literally "to weigh," from pondus (genitive ponderis) "weigh" (see pound (n.1)). Meaning "to weigh a matter mentally" is attested from late 14c. Related: Pondered; pondering; ponderation.