cogitation[ koj-i-tey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF cogitation
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At last, after days of talk and cogitation, we named our house "Rudder Grange."
The lad gave a prolonged whistle, and was lost for a moment in cogitation.
Dawn and her grandma had given me too much food for cogitation.
The goldsmith seemed to think, and his cogitation made him smile.
Fleetwood put on the mask of cogitation to cover a shudder, 'How?'
But they had little time or inclination for cogitation regarding Manuel.
The frown of cogitation deepened on her forehead and then cleared away.
“Poppycock,” said Hudson, briefly, and resumed his cogitation.
And in every way, in cogitation, in speech or action, I am lost.
In cogitation the thought or attention flits aimlessly about the subject.
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