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  • v. Present participle of cerebrate.


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  • Obama, in his debate, always seemed just a few cerebrating milliseconds shy of this magical state.

    Biden Won, Because He Made Forceful Case Against McCain

  • Ferris hates having to spell things out but I'd been groggy from all that exhaust gas and not cerebrating too well.

    The Sinkiang Executive

  • In 1953 Alson J. Smith published Chicago's Left Bank, a hodgepodge of literary, artistic, and historical commentary, and since he was examining the contemporary scene found he couldn't ignore "a modern writer cerebrating in a New York magazine" who had denigrated Chicago as the second city.

    Chicago Reader

  • The interesting limitations of the natives are his theme just as in all probability if there were a philosophical Samoan he would lie under a coconut tree and spend the cool of the afternoon cerebrating over Henry’s limitations, wondering why H. didn’t avail himself of the glorious privilege of drifting with the ebb and flow of his emotions, why he had so slender an equipment of feeling, so very dry a light.

    The Five of Hearts

  • We’re only cerebrating make-shifts, mechanical and intellectual experiments.

    Lady Chatterley's Lover


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