Verb(1) use or exercise the mind or one's power of reason in order to make inferences, decisions, or arrive at a solution or judgments
(1) This is very much in line with the contemporary need to have everything explained in cerebral , rather than emotional terms.(2) Common findings on brain imaging include enlarged ventricles, widened cortical sulci, and cerebral , cerebellar, or brain stem atrophy.(3) Seizures are usually due to hypoxic encephalopathy, hemorrhage or cerebral infarction.(4) Owing to printer's difficulties the cerebral consonants, the visarga, the sonant r and the anusvara have remained unmarked.(5) The worst of all possibilities is if the patient has slipped into an irreversible coma due to a cerebral hemorrhage or some other catastrophe.(6) Others such as acute dissection of the carotid or vertebral artery, subarachnoid haemorrhage, cranial arteritis, and occasionally cerebral tumours may produce migrainous symptoms.(7) It's intricate, emotional, cerebral , funny, satirical, worldly, and will have you sifting through your reference books with glee.(8) Increases in intrathoracic pressure cause obstruction in cerebral venous outflow, leading to vascular congestion.(9) Not necessarily physical action, but cerebral and emotional action.(10) As 3% of these patients had a major haemorrhage or cerebral bleed, aspirin should not be assumed to be a safer option.(11) Novelists are thought to be doing something very cerebral , like intellectual engineering.(12) As artists, all of us want to make a passionate statement rather than just a cerebral one, and contemporary music, performance and art is all about pleasure, about dialogue with people.(13) That was similar in that we were taking her deeply ironic and intelligent and cerebral group of stories and fleshing them out into this big strange movie.(14) Ryan is Frannie, the cool and cerebral literary academic who, as a murder inquiry witness, is strangely drawn to the homicide detective played by the excellent Mark Ruffalo.(15) I shall mark these cerebral consonants with a dot under them.(16) To her learning is a process that draws on emotional, cerebral and physical faculties.