Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To philosophize.
- v. rare To philosophize.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. obsolete To play the philosopher; to moralize.
- From the participle stem of Latin philosophārī, from philosophus ("philosopher"). (Wiktionary)
“This is, said Gargantua, that which Plato saith, Lib. 5 de Republ., that those commonwealths are happy, whose rulers philosophate, and whose philosophers rule.”
“Others, induced by pride, dive into hard words, and philosophate among women touching the”
“Item, you are not young, which is a competent quality for you to philosophate more than physically in wine, not in vain, and henceforwards to be of the”
“You just set there and read or philosophate or whatever an educated person does instead of dozing off. ”
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