incogitancy


incogitancy
noun (-es)
Etymology: Latin incogitantia, from incogitant-, incogitans + -ia -y
obsolete : lack of thought or of the power of thinking : thoughtlessness

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  • Incogitancy — (Roget s Thesaurus) >Absence or want of thought. < N PARAG:Incogitancy >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 incogitancy incogitancy vacancy inunderstanding Sgm: N 1 fatuity fatuity &c. 499 Sgm: N 1 thoughtlessness thoughtlessness &c.(inattention) 458… …   English dictionary for students

  • Incogitancy — Incogitance In*cog i*tance, Incogitancy In*cog i*tan*cy, n. [L. incogitantia.] Lack of thought, or of the power of thinking; thoughtlessness; unreasonableness. [1913 Webster] T is folly and incogitancy to argue anything, one way or the other,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • incogitancy — noun A lack of thought or thinking. The motion of my blood no longer keeps time with the tumult of the world. It leads me to seek for happiness in the lap and love of my family, in the society of my neighbors my books, in the wholesome… …   Wiktionary

  • Incogitance — In*cog i*tance, Incogitancy In*cog i*tan*cy, n. [L. incogitantia.] Lack of thought, or of the power of thinking; thoughtlessness; unreasonableness. [1913 Webster] T is folly and incogitancy to argue anything, one way or the other, from the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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