Perceptive fiction has always been a venue for society to ruminate on the moral issues of the day.
They post OOTDs (outfits of the day) and ruminate on body positivity.
All one can do is to lay down the pen and ruminate, and cry Beautiful!
His last days, moreover, had been too crowded for him to ruminate over their taste.
When they sleep or ruminate, they rest with their feet folded under their bellies.
All one can do is to lay down the pen and ruminate, and cry 'Beautiful!'
Here our conversation ended, and I retired to ruminate on what had passed.
And is it not a pleasant work in old age to ruminate upon them?
The man appeared to ruminate over this, until a light broke in on him.
As soon as Bryan was off, Bobolink sat down on his truck, and began to ruminate.
1530s, "to turn over in the mind," also "to chew cud" (1540s), from Latin ruminatus, past participle of ruminare "to chew the cud; turn over in the mind," from rumen (genitive ruminis) "gullet," of uncertain origin. Related: Ruminated; ruminating.