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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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v. - Use or exercise the mind or one's power of reason in order to make inferences, decisions, or arrive at a solution or judgments.

Usage examples (17)
  • I guess politics never stops even when we cerebrate the life of a crucial in our history.
  • Thanks for keeping up the amusing blog and encouraging UU's to actually look at one another while they cerebrate!
  • Al Jazeera removed all the comments including mine exposing their spin when questioned since when Muslim cerebrate Christmas?
  • Christ's sake cerebrate: necessary to stay conscious, essential to review the situation and get it into normal perspective because it was simply a question of time. for more
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  • The "celibate" (one who abstains from sexual relations) monk sat down to "cerebrate" (think) about how to "calibrate" (correct the gradations on a measuring instrument) his scale, but an old friend arrived to "celebrate" (engage in festivities to mark an
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