Definition of Dimidiates

1. dimidiate [v] - See also: dimidiate



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dimidiates

dimethylxanthenone
dimethylxanthine
dimethylxanthines
dimethylzinc
dimetindene
dimetria
dimetric
dimetridazole
dimetrodon
dimication
dimications
dimictic
dimidiate
dimidiate hermaphroditism
dimidiated
dimidiates (current term)
dimidiating
dimidiation
diminazen
diminazene
diming
diminish
diminishable
diminished
diminished arch
diminished fifth
diminished fifths
diminished fourth
diminished fourths
diminished interval

Literary usage of Dimidiates

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1. English Heraldry: With Four Hundred and Fifty Illus. Drawn and Engraved on by Charles Boutell (1907)
"The Seal of the Borough of Great Yarmouth substitutes three herrings, in allusion to the staple fishery of the port, for the ships, and dimidiates them with ..."

2. The Handbook to English Heraldry by Charles Boutell, Arthur Charles Fox-Davies (1914)
"The Seal of the Borough of Great Yarmouth substitutes three herrings, in allusion to the staple fishery of the port, for the ships, and dimidiates them with ..."

3. The Age of the Reformation by Preserved Smith (1920)
"some sort, one of her citizens and foster sons, at least a dimidiates alumnus. This book owes more to my wife than even she perhaps quite realizes. ..."

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