deliberate, calculated, measured
Meaning: carefully thought out in advance; "a calculated insult"; "with measured irony"
careful, deliberate, measured
Meaning: unhurried and with care and dignity; "walking at the same measured pace"; "with all deliberate speed"
Deliberate and cautious reflection
She Was impulsive and impatient, he deliberate and grave.
He then withdrew, and left them to deliberate unrestrained by his presence.
It was probably a deliberate clue to give him hope, to assure him the villages were still trying.
The deliberate cultivation of this phase of thought constitutes thinking as a distinctive experience.
Thinking is the accurate and deliberate instituting of connections between what is done and its consequences.
At a deliberate pace, quite unlike his usual eager and darting movements, he made off down the clearing toward the water.
15 To the tally of my soul, Loud and strong kept up the gray-brown bird, With pure deliberate notes spreading filling the night.
Whereupon she calls him in her rage, 'A deliberate villain,' and so casts the broken thing from her as that it strikes him in falling.
The great figure of Orion appears to be more lasting, not because its stars are physically connected, but because of their great distance, which renders their movements too deliberate to be exactly ascertained.