The sympathies of our nature are strengthened by pondering cogitations, and deadened by thoughtless use.
He adopted language as his main vehicle and has been using it ever since to demonstrate knotty cogitations about art and meaning.
But still all these cogitations are the powers of the spirit, not of matter.
The result of her cogitations was tha she would avail herself of the option giver.
Word Origin and History for cogitations
early 13c., from O.Fr. cogitaciun, from L. cogitationem, noun of action from cogitare "to think," apparently from co-agitare, from co- "together" + agitare, here in a sense of "to turn over in the mind."