cerebration

/ (ˌsɛrɪˈbreɪʃən) /


noun
  1. the act of thinking; consideration; thought

Origin of cerebration

1
C19: from Latin cerebrum brain

Words Nearby cerebration

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How to use cerebration in a sentence

  • Mr. Bishop next gave an illustration of the theory of "unconscious cerebration."

  • I was trying to devise a means of proving that what she wrote was not due to "unconscious cerebration."

    Mysterious Psychic Forces | Camille Flammarion
  • Yet the full gusto of a rich joie de vivre palpitates in this incessant cerebration.

    Modernities | Horace Barnett Samuel
  • Residual currents not sufficient to think this to an end; results of cerebration would be merely human.

    The Brain | Alexander Blade
  • Examination immediately undertaken; scientists puzzled because cerebration processes continue to function perfectly.

    The Brain | Alexander Blade