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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of philosophize.


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  • You buy the food today, he philosophizes, which is to be eaten today.

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  • Philpot philosophizes about how the intensity of teenage love never really leaves us, breaking the ice with an irresistible melody and affecting pathos.

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  • Morrison philosophizes on the nature of stardom, his face looking serene and delicate, before we see him just flopping on the ground in front of thousands.

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  • The Strummer on my pagethrashes his guitar in the back seat of a cherry red Cadillac convertible philosophizes on an open society where the Rockabilly kids can hang hassle-freein that scuzzy part of first-wave Vegas searches for that perfect rat-ta-ta-tat to go with his shaboo-shaboo.

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  • In an interview that can only be called abstract, Mr. Kiefer philosophizes about the nature of boredom it's a good thing but is mostly seen at work as the camera swoops, tracks and hovers above the ambitious project, treating it as a kind of enigmatic avant-garde Xanadu.

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  • David Brooks philosophizes on what would happen if half the world suddenly became sterile.

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  • Looks like I may have found a go-to guy who writes how-to books and also philosophizes on the benefits of living dangerously:

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  • The speaker then philosophizes that there are, in fact, many folks who have suffered and continue to do so; of course, she knows this only by word of mouth, not possessing the quality of omniscience.

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  • The former NBC stalwart no longer philosophizes about politics.

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  • Filmed mostly during the singer's protracted dying from AIDS-related illness, Benjamin Smoke is an intentionally fragmented, impressionistic glance at a unique character who philosophizes spontaneously on the role of poetry in his life: "If you can write it down maybe it don't hurt so much."

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