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Word of the Day 03/26/18 Cerebrate

Cerebrate (verb)
cerebrate [ser-uh-breyt]


verb (used with or without object), cerebrated, cerebrating.
1. to use the mind; think or think about.

Can be confused
celebrate, celibate

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Origin: 1870-75; back formation from cerebration. See cerebrum, -ation

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