Cogitate

• (v. i.) To engage in continuous thought; to think. • (v. t.) To think over; to plan.
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Cogitate

Cog'i·tate intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Cogitated ; present participle & verbal noun Cogitating .] [ Latin cogitatus , past participle of cogitare to reflect upon, probably from co- + the root of ...
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Cogitate

Cog'i·tate transitive verb To think over; to plan. « He . . . is our witness, how we both day and night, revolving in our minds, did cogitate nothing more than how to satisfy the parts of a good pastor. Foxe. »
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cogitate

cogitate 1. To think deeply and carefully about something; to ponder. 2. To consider carefully and deeply; to reflect upon; to turn over in one's mind. 3. Etymology: from Latin cogitatus, past participle of cogitare, 'to ponder, to weigh, to reflect, to think', from co-, short for com-, 'with, together' + agitare, 'to put in constant motion, to d...
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cogitate

think deeply mediate 
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cogitate

[v] - consider carefully and deeply
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