To use the power of reason; think. See Synonyms at think. (verb-intransitive)
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Use "cerebrate" in a sentence
"The cerebrate was a leader, a strategist, not a fighter."
"I guess politics never stops even when we cerebrate the life of a crucial in our history."
"They argue, that the states have the power to regulate the particulars of licensing a religous ceremony that alters the legal status of the folk involved, they cerebrate a court overturning the peoples will on the basis of federal law - in this case the law."