Examples of meditative in a Sentence
I could see that she was in a meditative mood.
I've been in a meditative mood all day.
Recent Examples of meditative from the Web
Instead, the mood is meditative and mysterious, blending the aura of a laboratory and a place of worship.
That profound resonance will surely be of use when performing the new piece by Glass, whose music is often profoundly meditative.
Donald Sutherland, looking meditative over breakfast at an upscale diner here in late January, was contemplating a question: Why were people suddenly fascinated by the Getty family and what happened to them in 1973?
Though not devoid of dialogue, the touring Ars Nova production – sensitively directed by Rachel Chavkin and presented by the Philadelphia Theatre Company – is quiet enough to induce something of a meditative state in the audience.
VanderMeer’s book is obtuse, meditative, mysterious and transfixing.
June’s meditative songs seem to speak from the soul and cast a spell on listeners.
Prayer beads can be used by many religions, including Buddhists, Muslims and Christians, or anyone else looking for ways to mark off and keep track of prayers, or a meditative practice.
After an opening section coasted for a bit on a meditative air, courtesy of pinging bells and hissing high strings, the soft-grained entrance of trumpets signaled a change, without overhauling the moderate, peaceable dynamics.
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MEDITATIVE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of meditative for English Language Learners
: very thoughtful : involving or allowing deep thought or meditation
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