ponderingly


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ponderingly

(ˈpɒndərɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a pondering manner
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He sat down ponderingly on the log, leaving Madge standing.
Three years after she made the first remark, when weighing up whether to enter into a new marriage she ponderingly said: 'This one says he doesn't hit women.
First, there is the young buck, humiliated in a boisterous frathouse initiation at Yale, high jinks that Bush later ponderingly compares to what he understands are "stress position" interrogation techniques at Guantanamo.