Origin of deliberative
Examples from the Web for deliberative
This is a deliberative conversation, and he tries to get as much meaning into as few words as possible.
“Deliberative process” probably means, in this case, killing the legislation.
Designed as the deliberative power, the Senate had become instead the negative power, the selfish power.
Especially considered in combination with his attack on amendments, it is an assault on the deliberative character of the Senate.Republicans Shouldn't Filibuster Filibuster Reform|Justin Green|December 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
President Obama is a thoughtful and deliberative decision maker who values debate and data.Peter Bergen’s Manhunt: The Decade-Long Hunt for Osama bin Laden|Bruce Riedel|April 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
His powers depend for their effectiveness on their deliberative and strenuous exertions.Mediaeval Socialism|Bede Jarrett
One of the most important rules in a deliberative assembly is, that every speaker shall speak to the ——.English Synonyms and Antonyms|James Champlin Fernald
However, it has a deliberative stateliness and a certain monarchal tone.
Deliberative assemblies do not start in councils gathered by chieftains, but councils precede chieftaincies.On Limitations To The Use Of Some Anthropologic Data|J. W. Powell
"Mr. Speaker," who presides over the House of Commons, seems to be always a genius in the art of managing a deliberative assembly.England|Frank Fox