She was roused from these cogitations by a low voice, calling her name.
His cogitations were interrupted by the sound of voices in the adjoining room.
In the midst of the cogitations which followed upon the receipt of the inspector's letter another cablegram was handed in to me.
Madge reached for the object of her cogitations and inserted it in the lock.
I found myself secured to the bulwarks, and left to my cogitations.
I have related all this as I recollect it in order to show the reader the nature of my cogitations.
All these cogitations because a woman had entered his life 223 uninvited!
She went on with her cogitations, staring hard, her head a little to one side.
cogitations concerning the Hindustani Interpreter: colloid and crystalloid: the Armenians comments.
That it could by any possibility be anything else did not enter his cogitations.
c.1200, "thought, idea, notion," from Old French cogitacion "thought, consideration, reflection," from Latin cogitationem (nominative cogitatio), noun of action from past participle stem of cogitare "to think, reflect, consider, turn over in the mind," apparently from co-agitare, from com- "together" (see co-) + agitare, here in a sense of "to turn over in the mind," literally "to put in constant motion, drive, impel," frequentative of agere "to move, drive" (see agitation).
(or "thoughts," as the Chaldee word in Dan. 7:28 literally means), earnest meditation.