Definition of Cogitator

1. Noun. A person who cogitates; a thinker ¹



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Definition of Cogitator

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cogitator

cogie
cogies
cogitability
cogitable
cogitabund
cogitant
cogitate
cogitated
cogitates
cogitating
cogitatingly
cogitation
cogitations
cogitative
cogitatively
cogitator (current term)
cogitators
cogito
cogitos
coglike
coglucosidase
coglycolide
cogman
cogmen
cognacs
cognacy
cognate
cognate word
cognately
cognateness

Literary usage of Cogitator

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1. The American Monthly Magazine (1833)
"No," said my own lieutenant, " he is a cogitator." " A what ? ... A cogitator—he thinks ; by the Lord Harry, R., I would'nt advise you to think so intensely ..."

2. Routledge's Every Boy's Annual by Edmund Routledge (1870)
"Sam was my senior at school, and had received the apt cognomen of " silent" before I knew him, and if he had been named the " cogitator " instead of ..."

3. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1919)
""Cogito, ergo sum: Alas, poor cogitator, this takes us but a little way... .The secret of man's being is still like the Sphinx's secret, a riddle that 21 ..."

4. The Bookman (1907)
"... resembles Mycroft Holmes, but without the amiable eccentricities of that cogitator. The problems that are given to him to solve are often, ..."

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