deliberative definition

  • adjective:
    • Assembled or arranged for deliberation or debate: a deliberative legislature.
    • Characterized by and for use within deliberation or discussion.
    • That deliberates.
    • with respect to deliberation; proceeding or acting by deliberation, or by conversation and examination; deliberating.
    • tangled up in or characterized by deliberation and conversation and evaluation
    • Assembled or organized for deliberation or discussion: a deliberative legislature.
    • Characterized by or for use in deliberation or debate.
    • That deliberates.
    • with respect to deliberation; continuing or acting by deliberation, or by conversation and assessment; deliberating.
    • taking part in or described as deliberation and conversation and examination
  • noun:
    • A discourse by which a concern is talked about, or weighed and examined.
    • a type of rhetoric employed in appearing anything and persuading other people of their truth, so that you can convince all of them to adopt it.
    • A discourse which a concern is discussed, or weighed and examined.
    • A kind of rhetoric employed in proving a thing and persuading other individuals of the truth, being sway them to consider it.
    • A discourse where a concern is talked about or weighed and examined.
    • In rhetoric, the skill of appearing a thing and persuading other people of its truth, to sway them to look at it; the art of persuasion.
    • A discourse for which a concern is discussed, or weighed and examined.
    • a type of rhetoric utilized in appearing something and persuading other people of the truth, to be able to convince all of them to consider it.
    • A discourse for which a concern is talked about, or weighed and examined.
    • a type of rhetoric utilized in proving anything and persuading other people of the truth, so that you can convince them to adopt it.
    • A discourse where a concern is talked about or considered and examined.
    • In rhetoric, the skill of proving anything and persuading other people of the truth, to be able to sway them to look at it; the skill of persuasion.
  • others:
    • related to deliberation or meditation; composed of or found in conversation; argumentative; reasoning: as, a deliberative view or opinion; territorial delegates have a deliberative sound in Congress (that's, the right to take part in discussion, though not to vote).
    • Characterized by deliberation; proceeding from or acting by deliberation, especially by formal conversation: as, deliberative thought; the legislature is a deliberative body.
    • related to deliberation or meditation; comprising or found in conversation; argumentative; reasoning: as, a deliberative judgment or opinion; territorial delegates have a deliberative voice in Congress (that's, the right to take part in debate, though to not vote).
    • described as deliberation; continuing from or acting by deliberation, particularly by formal conversation: as, deliberative idea; the legislature is a deliberative human body.

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