McKenna rubbed the butt of his .38 reflectively; that seemed to be his substitute for head-scratching, as an aid to cerebration.
I have brain, cerebration—not powerful but fine and of a remarkable quality.
Residual currents not sufficient to think this to an end; results of cerebration would be merely human.
The story is full of observation, cerebration, and human affection.
Examination immediately undertaken; scientists puzzled because cerebration processes continue to function perfectly.
Thus his chief instinct is cerebration—dreaming, meditating, visualizing, planning.
No doubt it is producing enormous quantities of cerebration, but is it anything more than chaotic and futile cerebration?
This was rather like chucking a monkey-wrench into the cerebration machinery of the Paris experts.
Pink lay in a hazy world of shifting ideas, of coagulating and disintegrating forms of cerebration.
To begin with, Monism excludes the possibility of volition being determined by cerebration.
cerebration cer·e·bra·tion (sěr'ə-brā'shən)
Activity of the mental processes; thinking.