The examples below came from Webster's New International Dictionary, Second Edition; G. & C. Merriam Company, Publishers; 1952.
, adj. Susceptible of excogitation.
(eks KAHJ i tayt) v.t.; excogitated; excogitating. [L. excogitatus
, past part. of excogitare
. See ex-; cogitate.] To think out; to devise; contrive; to cogitate.
.] Act of excogitating
; also, a thing thought out; a contrivance.
(eks-koj'i-tay'tiv; -tuh-tiv), adj. Of or pertaining to excogitation.
. One who excogitates.
Random House Unabridged Dictionary; Second Edition; Random House; New York; 1993; has the following information:
(iks KAHJ i tayt"), v.t. -tated, -tating
1. To think out; devise; invent.
2. To study intensely and carefully in order to grasp or comprehend fully.
[1520-30; L. excogitare, to devise, invent, think out. See ex-, cogitate]
(eks-KAHJ tuh buhl), adj.
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