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cerebration

Syllabification: cer·e·bra·tion
Pronunciation: /ˌserəˈbrāSHən
 
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Definition of cerebration in English:

noun

technical or formal
The working of the brain; thinking.
Example sentences
  • I think sometimes the stereotype of the theologian as all cerebration and no affectivity is accurate-not always by any means, thank God, but sometimes it is true.
  • I'm happy that you heeded my comments, but they're only the results of lots of experience and some basic common sense, not deep cerebration.
  • What the devil do they think ‘reality’ is if not the product of cerebration?

Derivatives

cerebrate

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Pronunciation: /ˈserəˌbrāt/
verb
Example sentences
  • Moreover, Jean and Laure's silent yearning can be fully savored only after watching Friday Night for a second time: watching more than hearing, seeing more than sounding, sensing rather than cerebrating.
  • Speech came in the form of an electrical surge cerebrated from his mind and then filtered through a wonderfully simple yet insanely complex transistor box with a tuning fork attachment.
  • One can linger and cerebrate or simply step in for a retinally intoxicating spin.

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