cogitate

[ koj-i-teyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF cogitate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COGITATE

Father Brown seemed to cogitate; he lifted a little whitebait on his fork.

But he did not stop to cogitate either one way or the other.

Here in Topeka there was nothing to do but cogitate and reflect.

I often cogitate over what accident must have befallen Jacob Canfield.

Let me see; let me think, reflect, cogitate, tickle the thinker.

In every syllogism I first cogitate a rule (the major) by means of the understanding.

Obviously he must reach some point of safety and then cogitate.

And here he again broke off the conversation, and left Madam Kramm to cogitate upon this strange story for another week.

Murad thereupon returned to Brusa to cogitate over new enterprises and to organize his forces.

We cogitate in it merely its relation to an arbitrarily assumed unit, in relation to which it is greater than any number.

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