Whether this constitutes a “disorder” remains a subject of deliberation.
He speaks in heavily-accented English, but fluidly and lyrically, with both force and deliberation.
They had wanted it to be independent, a place of wisdom and deliberation armored against outside forces.
But after hours of deliberation, the verdict for Mignini and Giuttari was postponed.
Not many doctors are likely to reach for the pocketbook on that scale without quite a bit of deliberation.
Therefore, let the choice be made in no haste and passion and blindness, but in deliberation and calm exercise of judgment.
When he had eaten, he sat with his coffee for a final smoke of deliberation.
The regret is unpleasantly suggestive of that deliberation in the manufacture of eloquence which stamps it as artificial.
He spoke with deliberation when he did speak, and evidently, weighed his words.
Ratio et consilium propri ducis artes—Thought and deliberation are the qualities proper to a general.
late 14c., Old French deliberation, from Latin deliberationem (nominative deliberatio), noun of action from past participle stem of deliberare "weigh, consider well," from de- "entirely" (see de-) + -liberare, altered (perhaps by influence of liberare "liberate") from librare "to balance, weigh," from libra "scale."