verb (used with or without object), cer·e·brat·ed, cer·e·brat·ing.
Related formscer·e·bra·tion, nouncer·e·bra·tion·al, adjective
Examples from the Web for cerebration
Examination immediately undertaken; scientists puzzled because cerebration processes continue to function perfectly.The Brain|Alexander Blade
The story is full of observation, cerebration, and human affection.Essays on Modern Novelists|William Lyon Phelps
It summoned to its aid, without effort of cerebration on the part of its owner, whatever was most needed at the moment.Average Jones|Samuel Hopkins Adams
Thus his chief instinct is cerebration—dreaming, meditating, visualizing, planning.How to Analyze People on Sight|Elsie Lincoln Benedict and Ralph Paine Benedict
To begin with, Monism excludes the possibility of volition being determined by cerebration.Mind and Motion and Monism|George John Romanes