brainpower

[breyn-pou-er]
noun
1.
intellectual capacity; mental ability.
2.
people with superior mental abilities: an emergency medical conference of all available brainpower.

Origin:
1875–80; brain + power

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brainpower (ˈbreɪnˌpaʊə)
 
n
intelligence; mental ability

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Example sentences
But it isn't supposed to require any special talent, intelligence or brainpower.
Her abilities are limited because her total brainpower, compared to humans, is
  limited.
They suggest both are the result of natural selection for enhanced brainpower.
The pooled brainpower of this coterie produced a formidable engine of war.
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