I noun absorption, aim, attention, brooding, calculation, cerebration, cogitation, concentration, consideration, contemplatio, deliberateness, deliberation, design, determination, engrossment, envisagement, envisionment, examination, excogitation, expectance, expectation, forethought, goal, inspection, intellectualization, intent, intention, introspection, musing, observance, pensiveness, plan, pondering, preoccupation, prospect, purpose, ratiocination, reasoning, reflection, resolve, reverie, review, rumination, scrutiny, seriousness, speculation, study, surveillance, thought, thoughtfulness, weighing associated concepts: contemplation of assignment, contemplation of bankruptcy, contemplation of insolvency, contemplation of marriage, contemplation of parties, in contemplation of death II index deliberation, design (intent), dialectic, diligence (care), discretion (power of choice), discrimination (differentiation), expectation, forethought, hindsight, intent, introspection, judgment (discernment), prospect (outlook), purview, reflection (thought), speculation (conjecture), target

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