Lady Elizabeth for some time made no reply, but seemed to ponder upon this statement very earnestly.
But the Cordovese do not appear to ponder upon times changes.
Then, as was quite natural, her thoughts wandered to Mollie, and she began to ponder upon what Aime had told her.
One may ponder upon what Anatole France once said about this justice.
It was too thrilling to remain a secret with no one but herself to ponder upon it.
As I was saying, I love to ponder upon causes and compare effects.
Thyrsis went away from this interview with some new problems to ponder upon.
And from this recollection I passed on to ponder upon the melancholy truth that originality will ever be an unpopular quality.
She felt that she should not sleep, even were she to seek her pillow: for she had muchvery much to ponder upon!
Let those persons who cannot get over George the Third and the Alabama ponder upon this for a minute or two.
early 14c., "to estimate the worth of, to appraise," from Old French ponderer "to weigh, poise" (14c., Modern French pondérer) and directly from Latin ponderare "ponder, consider, reflect," literally "to weigh," from pondus (genitive ponderis) "weigh" (see pound (n.1)). Meaning "to weigh a matter mentally" is attested from late 14c. Related: Pondered; pondering; ponderation.