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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of philosophise.


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  • The hell of it is, to stop it, after you've got it started, "philosophised" The Colonel "....

    Tramping on Life An Autobiographical Narrative

  • NED BASHFORD, A jaded young man of the world, who has philosophised his experiences and who is without faith in the veracity or purity of women.


  • The character is not philosophised and then illustrated by concrete instances after the manner of


  • The most corporate sponsored, politicized, philosophised, polarized war mankind has ever endured.

    Think Progress » The WSJ’s Taranto trivializes the Iraqi insurgency.

  • The will to live, John Eglinton philosophised, for poor


  • He philosophised till he destroyed everything, everything, even the obligation of all normal and natural human duties, till at last he had nothing left.

    The Insulted and the Injured

  • It was the proportions that were changed, and the proportions were at all times, he philosophised, the very conditions of perception, the terms of thought.

    The Ambassadors

  • Therefore, as a man who has not thought and philosophised in vain, I seek no vengeance, plot no evil against thee.

    The Scarlet Letter

  • "I see it as an orientation exercise," Aelianus philosophised.

    A Body In The Bath House

  • But among the great men who have philosophised about this marvellous effect of nature the one who surprised me the most is Kepler.

    Parapsychology: An Exchange


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