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What is another word for broods?

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To think or contemplate deeply about something
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“The gods went to the mortal realm and began to brood on how to get rid of these demons permanently.”
To fret or worry deeply about something
“At that time, Frost supposed that a rival had stolen Elinor from him, and he traveled south to brood on his misfortune.”
To keep an egg warm, allowing it to hatch
“The female, unannounced, returns after her quest for food to brood her eggs for the remainder of the night.”
To worry or agonize about something, especially on one's own
To act in a dreamily infatuated manner
To deplete, or be depleted, in physical strength or energy
Plural for offspring or children (collectively) of a family
“One family had raised a brood of chicks in mid-July, and they had already grown quite a bit by this time.”
Plural for a family, including their children
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“After the grandmother and her brood got off, a little fellow was dropped at a house.”
Plural for a large number or crowd of people, animals or things
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