Word of the day: Ratiocination

The process of thinking, reasoning.

“By what byzantine ratiocination did you arrive at the idea of an omnibus blog?”

Hat tip: my coworker David Rosenbaum, who actually uses this word in casual conversation.

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2 thoughts on “Word of the day: Ratiocination

  1. I have all of your Kate books in one hard cover- between the covers of my Nook. In the year I&v;8172#e had my Nook, I’ve read the series twice. Once I start, I find myself compelled to read straight through. I’ve been thinking it would be nice to have one Kate story in a hard copy. It would also be nice not to have to wait until February to read #20. If you agree, I would be thrilled to be an early reader of Bad Blood!

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