more meditative

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  • I take a much more meditative approach to the performance.
  • He appears more meditative than ever, as though some question has come before his mind calling for deliberate examination. Cited from The Lone Ranche, by Captain Mayne Reid
  • After her husband's death she continued to play with her own groups, later including her children, moving into progressively more meditative music.
  • His face, now in repose, seemed more meditative; indeed one might have called it almost mournful. Cited from The Law of the Land, by Emerson Hough
  • Jack, of a more meditative habit, rarely followed his host with the same obvious haste. Cited from With Edged Tools, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • The two outer movements of this composition are active and fast, while the middle one is slower and more meditative.
  • The reading may be rapid and broad, or slower and more meditative. Cited from Quiet Talks with World Winners, by S. D. Gordon
  • A more meditative and observant come through in his landscapes and flower pieces.
  • It is a two-CD set, with the first CD more energetic and the second more meditative.
  • The third variation, in the minor, returns to a darker and more meditative state.
  • Nelson may have been the more practical, Ken the more meditative. Cited from The English Church in the Eighteenth Century, by Overton
  • Of Coleridge less needs to be said, because we think of him so much in terms of his more meditative musings, which are often religious. Cited from Study of the King James Bible, Cleland Boyd McAfee
  • In his later works, he turned to a more meditative approach, greater spirituality, and influences from non-European music and modes of thought.
  • The Boredoms eventually evolved towards a far more meditative sound, taking inspiration from Krautrock.
  • The final section returns to a more meditative state, but keeps both the urgency of the second section and the etherealness of the first section.
  • With the cares of the nation on his mind, he became more meditative, and lost much of his lively ways remembered "back in Illinois." Cited from Lincoln's Yarns and Stories, Alexander McClure
  • The next has the same accent of gladness, though it is tuned to a somewhat softer and more meditative note of feeling. Cited from Wine, Women, and Song, by Various
  • The backgrounds are almost pure fantasy, as in alien worlds, with figures that are generally more meditative than rational.
  • Also greater poets such as Carlo Porta liked describing themselves as bositt, even if their poems were much more meditative than popular ones.
  • It is another Ballade, sadder, more meditative of the tender grace of vanished days. Cited from Chopin: The Man and His Music, by James Huneker
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