Cogitation [noun]

Definition of Cogitation:

deep thought

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Sentence/Example of Cogitation:

Let every man have his “cogibundity of cogitation,” and let people suit themselves about the names of their churches.

After much cogitation they decided that Maud should send him a death-bed message, in which she was to own that she loved him.

It then looked at the hand as if the latter had done it on purpose and became sunk in profound cogitation.

The youth leaned against the side of the apartment a brief while longer in intense cogitation, and then sighed.

The end of this private cogitation was a vague impatience of all the things his venerable host took for granted.

It is so regular in shape that we have devoted many hours of cogitation and argument to the discovery of its history.

The clear tinkling of a bell broke in upon his cogitation; a faint, musical sound that seemed at his very elbow.

The result of his long cogitation in front of the grandfather picture had been highly uncomplimentary to the artist.

Sally's animated face shows that she is on a line of cogitation, and presently it fructifies.

When we came to him, he utterly disliked of my intention, and dissuaded me from what he said was a fond cogitation.