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In one July show, he jokingly ruminated about what Swalwell looked like while having sex with Fang.

Veres swivels his chair toward his ruminating friend and assures him there’ll be other opportunities.

A 2014 study published in Biological Psychology found that for people with depression, simply ruminating on troubles may prolong cortisol production.

Even hiking along and ruminating about what happened yesterday or what’s going on at that very moment is journaling.

In particular, she ruminates over Klaas’s disappearance as possibly part of a pattern that includes the fictional Cameron’s kidnapping.

Perceptive fiction has always been a venue for society to ruminate on the moral issues of the day.

They post OOTDs (outfits of the day) and ruminate on body positivity.

We need not grovel in the sinks and cellars, neither need we ruminate upon the house-tops.

He has but one stomach, does not ruminate, and is formed more like the horse than the ox, or other ruminating animals.

It is not a book to be read through at one sitting, but one to dip into occasionally and to ruminate over in pleased contentment.

The wretched Camilla quitted them all as soon as possible, to retire to her chamber, and ruminate upon her purposed letter.

But, being a mother, it was inevitable that she should soon cease to ruminate upon her own condition.


On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ruminate, such as: brainstorm, brood, meditate, ponder, cogitate, and consider.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.