- v. present participle of philosophise.
“The philosophising is a joke, but it's also at the heart of the film.”
“Eratosthenes who had more strings to his bow than just lying about "philosophising" sans evidence. calculated the circumference of the earth with remarkable accuracy and probably calculated the distance from the Earth to both the Moon and the Sun.”
“While Costello gave voice to these sentiments in his 1981 version of A Good Year for the Roses, the original philosophising culprit was country and western songwriter Jerry Chestnut Surrealism and the fine art of summarising, 23 May, page 16, Sport.”
“As the great, wise, philosophising pop group LMFAO succinctly put it, "I got passion in my pants and I ain't afraid to show it.”
“Whether it was transcendental meditation or new-age philosophising, the common denominator was the idea that sex, with them, would bring me closer to my personal goals.”
“It would take a great deal more philosophising for me to be untroubled by killing a human being, just by the by.”
“There's something oedipal in this statistical triumph over Shankly, since the pint-sized football philosophising firebrand was a father figure to the similarly pint-sized attacking dynamo.”
“And her thinking-out-loud philosophising is just a bit irritating.”
“Stubbornly she deflects all his attempts to get her philosophising.”
“But it is Haynes's unshowy philosophising that makes You such an engaged and engaging work.”
Looking for tweets for philosophising.