Cerebral [adjective]

Definition of Cerebral:

using one's brain

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Sentence/Example of Cerebral:

In addition, their eldest child, who has cerebral palsy and is in a wheelchair, needs special care.

More than 40 years ago, Arizona set up a revolutionary system to protect the safety of residents with developmental disabilities like Down syndrome, autism and cerebral palsy.

Puzzle master David Kwong is adding his cerebral talents to a burgeoning new performing arts franchise — participatory theater online — with a warmly brain-teasing show that is selling tickets as fast as they can be printed.

The story is similar for other cerebral measures, which is why trying to explain supposed cognitive sex differences through brain anatomy has not been very fruitful.

Within the cerebrum, no region has received more attention in both race and sex difference research than the corpus callosum, a thick band of nerve fibers that carries signals between the two cerebral hemispheres.

Now, the intrusion of a definite, uncontorted memory was evidence of returning cerebral activity.

The cerebral neurasthenic makes rash, impetuous changes in his mode of life.

The rest of the subjects are still lodged within the cerebral cells of the author.

Is it not possible that one of the imperceptible keys of the cerebral finger-board has been paralyzed in me?

Wherever there has been much cerebral disturbance, traces of congestion are usually discernible.