1. laborious cogitation
  2. a solemn literary work that is the product of laborious cogitation
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How To Use lucubration In A Sentence

  • Uno verbo, inde judicare Hcet quanta sit fides adhibenda editioni quae tot clarorum virorum, tum defunctorum, tum adhuc in terris degentium, lucubrationibus fuerit illustrata. Satirae ad codices Parisinos
  • Clearly a great deal of midnight oil was consumed by the Pink Book writers in agonizing lucubrations about what … Literacy News – 73th Edition « News « Literacy News
  • I had, moreover, recently made a tragic acquaintance with the Greek Drama in the person of a scoundrel called Aeschylus, whose sickening lucubrations I was forced to learn by heart, and now and then to copy out, a hundred lines at a time, till I grew to detest him. Boycotted And Other Stories
  • The result was a long dramatic elucubration, which reminds us involuntarily of certain of Mlle. Smith's subliminal productions. Mrs. Piper & the Society for Psychical Research
  • Most of all, he loved [comic books] for the pictures and the stories they contained, the inspiration and lucubration of five hundred aging boys dreaming as hard as they could for fifteen years, transfiguring their insecurities and delusions, their wishes and their doubts, their public education and their sexual perversions, into something that only the most purblind of societies would have denied the status of art. Archive 2007-08-01
  • Their lucubrations may be persuasive, but not authoritative.
  • Further, the lucubrations of a bitter, lonely, and hurt old man did indeed lead him to a convenient anti-Semitism above the then-norm in his old age.
  • This immediately puts its finger on Powell's distinctive wit and suggests why the narrative voice of Dance is so engaging, as are lucubrations like the above one about marriage.
  • Reading these elucubrations of Alfonso's, one feels that the saint has pondered long and lovingly upon themes like _an et quando peccata sint oscula_ or _de tactu et adspectu corporis; _ he writes with all the authority of an expert whose richly-varied experiences in the confessional have been amplified and irradiated by divine inspiration. Old Calabria
  • What is so deeply revolting about her lucubrations is their unutterable and invincible bourgeois complacency.
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