Origin of meditate
OTHER WORDS FROM meditatemed·i·tat·ing·ly, adverbmed·i·ta·tor, nounun·med·i·tat·ed, adjectiveun·med·i·tat·ing, adjective
How to use meditate in a sentence
I put my phone away, disable my Apple Watch notifications, and take a minute to actively meditate or stroll within a few blocks of my hotel.
While exits from the crowded and troubled city are splashy, it’s worth meditating upon who stays to understand the full impact of the changes on the city.
There’s a place you reach when you’re deep in any task — swimming, painting, meditating — when the outside world disappears, becoming no more than a distant landscape, shrinking in a portal window.After the 2016 election, Agnes Martin's paintings gave me solace. This time, they're still an escape.|Kelsey Ables|November 8, 2020|Washington Post
Meditation apps and videos have been especially popular this year as people deal with stress, and some apps even saw higher demand for people who want to meditate in virtual groups to stay connected.YouTube numbers show we could all use some time to zone out|Rachel Lerman|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
In addition to his long walks, he meditates most mornings and leaves time to reflect on his thoughts before falling asleep each night.