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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ruminate.
- adj. ruminate
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as ruminate.
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And I kind of ruminated on that for a couple of days.
It seems that when Sabathia ruminated a little too long over the seven-year, $161 million contract the Yankees offered him after the 2008 season, Cashman, nervous that Sabathia might sign somewhere else, sealed the deal by including a clause that gave the big lefty the option of walking away after the third year.
They have ruminated deeply about these moves and interactions, and this is especially clear in the interplay between showing the thing to their students, helping the students do it, and then talking about it.
And, as Tom King thus ruminated, there came to his stolid vision the form of Youth, glorious Youth, rising exultant and invincible, supple of muscle and silken of skin, with heart and lungs that had never been tired and torn and that laughed at limitation of effort.
It's just something I've always noticed and ruminated on.
I have ruminated on episodes like this recently as the issue of teaching the Bible in schools has entered public debate.
He ruminated and decided he didn't care what anybody thought about the sex noises.
And later that evening, as he ruminated over the four parties coming up next weekend while rearranging his sock drawer, he tucked his children in to sleep, with sweet dreams ahead, not knowing that they would all awaken the next day to the most horrible moment in the last 65 years of American history.
He remembers her love of community: Frequently, she and I ruminated about the importance of community.
He allegedly told the informant that he made $5,000 a week on the scheme and ruminated about again finding the woman and getting a tax stamp.
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