v. i.) To think; to deliberate;
v. t.) to view with deliberation; to examine carefully; to consider attentively.
He stopped to ponder the question.
We intend to ponder all the alternatives before acting.
She pondered for a moment before replying.
The other students begin to ponder and ask questions.
He pondered for some seconds before speaking.
Have you ever pondered what that means?
It’s a very interesting article with points worth pondering.
She sat there pondering this latest mystery.
She sat back for a minute to ponder her next move in the game.
She pondered the mystery of the disappearing thief.
And all the time I pondered upon the enigma of Mrs Rumney.
The secretary lay awake all night pondering whether to leave or stay.
The young captain is pondering over a thorny problem.
He simply took a deep breath and pondered his options.
Driving home from the theater he pondered his next move.
Several countries with nuclear power are still pondering future plans.
Dave has spent enough saddle time here to ponder why.
Many chess engines use pondering to increase their strength.
She ponders Sun’s words a moment before trying to speak.
The Saran ponders how to defeat Samson.
He ponders many aspects of the poem as his own story unfolds.