cogitate


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to use the powers of the mind, as in conceiving ideas, drawing inferences, and making judgments

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"He's very measured, very considered, very cogitate in decision making," the former Inter Milan CEO told M.E.N.
Clint Eastwood has already shown he can get the Academy's attention with a late release, suggesting "Gran Torino" could still follow in the footsteps of "Letters From Iwo Jima" and "Million Dollar Baby." Such last-minute debuts certainly don't give voters the chance to cogitate and digest the more subtle or enduring qualities of their work--as happened, for example, with "The Pianist," which won Cannes' Palme d'Or and deepened its support over the months that followed.
In the face of fierce opposition, Loyd somehow managed to cogitate, digest and deliberate his way through 10 years of competitive, amateur cooking.
In fact, even Superintendent George Russell said he needs more time to "cogitate" on whether the schools could successfully blend into one, as has been suggested by teachers at both schools, or whether it's best to close Harris and possibly Eastside, too.
Li and Du (both: computer science, Tsinghua U.) focus on the importance of natural language as the carrier of knowledge and intelligence as a common factor in making computers cogitate more like humans.
Workshops were then held to discuss, cogitate and draw up crucial guidelines for the European Archives of Paediatric Dentistry's publications.
Nearly two millennia after the apostles first spread news of this seminal event in Christian history, scholars still cogitate over the Resurrection.
Well, to paraphrase Dante, "Abandon all hope ye who cogitate here!" The Moon has several features in the highlands that devilishly disguise themselves as volcanic visages.
Law students, topflight lawyers and the most responsible of journalists learn early that it's high-stakes poker to cogitate the direction the Supreme Court leans based merely on the justices' questions or comments in oral argument, even though their clerks have digested the briefs and advised on what facts and precedents are weighty and what other good arguments are beyond the pale.
If we had to cogitate every time we did anything, chances are we'd have a difficult time getting out of bed in the morning.
* We use language to dream, imagine, contemplate, cogitate, deliberate, create, innovate, and ponder.
If that's not reason enough, when your buddies come over to help you cogitate the finer points of your next project, there'll be plenty of seating.
And for you number freaks, here are a couple to cogitate on, speaking of pixels.
With its unmatched patience and civility toward its readers, Whitworth's Atlantic resembled William Shawn's New Yorker in its willingness to cogitate on matters of literary interest and public import with a buzz factor of zero.
During the disorganized "notebook dump that reporters do," he'd cogitate and then provide "the bright light of inquiry that was going to make the story different or better or more sophisticated.