A serious thought; a carefully considered reflection.(noun)
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Use "cogitation" in a sentence
"Itâs clear that she, like so many others, feels that blacks are lacking something in cogitation."
"Reply Obj. 1: According to Richard of St. Victor "cogitation" would seem to regard the consideration of the many things from which a person intends to gather one simple truth."
"The garish colors, the bawling kids, the irritating and distracting music and the inedible snacks make it no place for conversation or cogitation."