That, I think, is the one poll number, or set of poll numbers, that the Obama campaign ought to be brooding over the most.
She had been brooding over it half the night, poor soul, and her eyes looked actually withered with crying and lack of sleep.
He was brooding over a letter that he had expected and had not received.
As well soil the glory of Lexington or Bunker Hill by brooding over the pangs of those who were its victims.
He passed hours, locked in his room, brooding over Mary's picture.
Edward Arundel paused for a little while, brooding over this strange reply to his appeal.
The two sat, brooding over the scene, each with his own thoughts.
Altogether, the outlook was a dreary one, and the Captain had suffered many a sharp pang in brooding over it.
All night she has been brooding over what she saw in the carriage.
He sat much on the roof of the tower, brooding over his thwarted passion.
Old English brod "brood, fetus, hatchling," from Proto-Germanic *brod (cf. Middle Dutch broet, Old High German bruot, German Brut "brood"), literally "that which is hatched by heat," from *bro- "to warm, heat," from PIE *bhre- "burn, heat, incubate," from root *bhreue- "to boil, bubble, effervesce, burn" (see brew (v.)).