Definition of Implating

1. Verb. (present participle of implate) ¹



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Definition of Implating

1. implate [v] - See also: implate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Implating

implantation cone
implantation cyst
implantation graft
implantations
implanted
implanted suture
implantee
implanter
implanters
implanting
implants
implate
implated
implates
implating (current term)
implausibilities
implausibility
implausible
implausibleness
implausibly
impleach
implead
impleadable
impleaded
impleader
impleaders
impleading
impleads
impleasing

Literary usage of Implating

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1. De finibus bonorum et malorum by Marcus Tullius Cicero, Harris Rackham (1914)
"also engendered in mankind the desire of con- (i) Wisdom, implating truth. This is most clearly manifested in our hours of leisure; when our minds are at ¡e ..."

2. Knight's Cyclopaedia of London, 1851 by Charles Knight (1851)
"But observations, such as arise in implating the machinery of the Admiralty and Trinity House, show that this is inception. The secret of the efficiency of ..."

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