verb (used with or without object), cer·e·brat·ed, cer·e·brat·ing.
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Cerebrate is a verb meaning "to use the mind."
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OTHER WORDS FROM cerebratecer·e·bra·tion, nouncer·e·bra·tion·al, adjective
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Regular customers of Ziegfeld’s-Secrets recalled that Carroll went to great lengths to cerebrate holidays at the club, with elaborate decorations for Christmas and Halloween.Prominent LGBTQ nightlife figure Allen Carroll dies at 79|Lou Chibbaro Jr.|April 20, 2021|Washington Blade
They are holding My fate in that atrophied ganglion of theirs which couldn't cerebrate the functions of any single of My cells?'The Brain|Alexander Blade
Highbrows always cerebrate about the movies in one way or another.Outside Inn|Ethel M. Kelley