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weigh·ing

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. deliberation, weighing, advisementnoun

    careful consideration

    "a little deliberation would have deterred them"

Wiktionary

  1. weighingnoun

    action of the verb to weigh

  2. weighingadjective

    that weighs

  3. weighingadjective

    that burdens

Webster Dictionary

  1. Weighing

    of Weigh

  2. Weighing

    a. & n. from Weigh, v

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of weighing in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of weighing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of weighing in a Sentence

  1. Atlantic Equities analyst James Cordwell:

    If the Chinese consumer is pulling back on spending then it seems to be either at the very high luxury end or maybe on some of the everyday non-essential items, i think the smartphone is increasingly viewed as an essential in Greater China. So, I don't see the economy weighing significantly on Apple growth over the next few quarters.

  2. President George H.W. Bush:

    I remember very quiet nights at the dinner table, george was weighing grim scenarios and ominous intelligence about potentially even more devastating attacks.

  3. Xiao Ruoteng:

    Actually, today through my first five rotations I showed quite a high standard, i wanted to add difficulty to my all-around, and going to the high bar I was trailing by about 0.5 so I was weighing up adding difficulty and I decided to do so.

  4. Giuseppe Sersale:

    Markets continue to discount disappointment over the ECB. You add oil prices making new lows, worries over U.S. high yield, China deflation and a mini credit crisis in Italy, then you have the cocktail that is weighing on markets.

  5. Dick Durbin:

    I would not want it weighing on my conscience that we are turning over these pre-sentence reports to this committee for the first time in history and that information out of this … would somehow compromise or endanger any victim as a result.

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