Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cogitate.(verb)
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Use "cogitates" in a sentence
"The number of different ways in which Elizabeth approaches and studies and cogitates the death of her son Wade would justify a book on its own, and indeed constitutes a sort of book within this book."
"But while Keyfob cogitates between left and right, he spots a big garbage bin and, being a man of economy, figures why run at all?"
"Adam Panflick in his mid-40s cogitates about the usefulness of addiction as a fixed category. '"