Definition of cogitative in US English:

cogitative

adjective

formal
  • See cogitate

    • ‘The results can disconcert, with their abstruse perspectives and cogitative leaps.’
    • ‘It was a celebration of the human mind in all its cogitative glory.’
    • ‘She was referring to something called cogitative behavioral interventions that have been shown to be quite effective.’
    • ‘Meanwhile, another one of the band's finest recent tracks seems too bold an opening statement for this deeply cogitative collection.’
    • ‘The CD is a more personal affair, deep cogitative blues mingling with the bleaker registers.’

Pronunciation

cogitative

/ˈkäjəˌtādiv//ˈkɑdʒəˌteɪdɪv/