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Definition of Lucubration

Lucubration
Lucubration Lu`cu*bra"tion, n. [l. lucubratio;cf. F. lucubration.] 1. The act of lucubrating, or studying by candlelight; nocturnal study; meditation. After long lucubration I have hit upon such an expedient. --Goldsmith. 2. That which is composed by night; that which is produced by meditation in retirement; hence (loosely) any literary composition. Thy lucubrations have been perused by several of our friends. --Tatler.

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- inexcusable to remain apathetic, with folded hands, content with learned lucubrations upon symptomatologic minutiae or upon psychopathic curiosities, or even...
- attribute to Him; before theologians' and philosophers' definitions and lucubrations of this ineffable and inscrutable being I find myself smiling. Faced...
- again upon the faithless sea? You know full well what a storm my former lucubrations raised. Much better is it oftentimes to grow wise at home and in private...
- (1921) What Amateur Journalism and I Have Done for Each Other (1921) Lucubrations Lovecraftian (1921) Within the Gates (1921) The Vivisector (1921–23)...
- Condition, that the Reader may not be at a Loss to judge whether or no my Lucubrations are worth his reading. The letters poked fun at various aspects of life...
- Venusine comes via Horace's Sermones 2.1.35, while lamp signifies the lucubrations of a conscientious poet. According to Quintilian (93), however, many...
- or ideas, nor that distinguishes it from many unimportant alchemical lucubrations of anonymous writers of the thirteenth to the sixteenth centuries", and...
- has revived the heart and mind of Jefferson, not by psychoanalytical lucubrations or soulful gush, but in the main by telling story after story of those...
- statue in Poet's Corner in Westminster Abbey. The Snail: Or the Lady's Lucubrations (1745) was an ambitious project to produce a regular periodical aimed...
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