Definition of Deliberations

1. Noun. (plural of deliberation) ¹



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Definition of Deliberations

1. deliberation [n] - See also: deliberation

Lexicographical Neighbors of Deliberations

delibated
delibates
delibation
delibations
deliberate
deliberate defence
deliberate defense
deliberate release
deliberate smoke
deliberated
deliberately
deliberateness
deliberates
deliberating
deliberation
deliberations (current term)
deliberative
deliberatively
deliberativeness
deliberatives
deliberator
deliberators
delible
delibly
delibration
delibrations
delicacies
delicacy
delicata
delicatas

Literary usage of Deliberations

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Cambridge Modern History by Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero (1907)
"Metternich agreed with Hardenberg and Humboldt to admit to the renewed deliberations on the Germanic Constitution all the " Princes and Estates " of Germany ..."

2. A History of the English Church During the Civil Wars and Under the by Ecole littéraire de Montréal, Charles Gill, William Arthur Shaw (1900)
"In the Verney Notes, edited by Mr. Bruce for the Camden Society, there is a valuable ministers' account of a portion of its deliberations. ..."

3. The Peace Conference at The Hague: And Its Bearings on International Law and by Frederick William Holls (1900)
"deliberations ARTICLE 51. The deliberations of the Tribunal shall take place with closed doors. Every decision shall be made by a majority of the members of ..."

4. A Brief for the Trial of Civil Issues Before a Jury by Austin Abbott, William Charles Wermuth (1922)
"deliberations of jury. a. In general. b. Documents for the jury. (1) Documents in evidence. (2) Documents used, but not in evidence. ..."

5. Hanover and Prussia 1795-1803: A Study in Neutrality by Guy Stanton Ford (1903)
"... deliberations,1 understanding always that it was a Prussian offer, not a Prussian guarantee, they were accepting.2 The history of the deliberations at ..."

6. Handbook of Criminal Procedure by William Lawrence Clark, William Ephraim Mikell (1918)
"CUSTODY, CONDUCT, AND deliberations OF JURY 178. In all criminal cases care must be taken to keep ... The jury should be left free in their deliberations. ..."

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