Definition of Relegates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of relegate) ¹



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Definition of Relegates

1. relegate [v] - See also: relegate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Relegates

releaseth
releasin
releasing
releasing factor
releasing factors
releasing hormone
releasor
releasors
relegable
relegalize
relegalized
relegalizes
relegalizing
relegate
relegated
relegates (current term)
relegating
relegation
relegation zone
relegation zones
relegations
relend
relending
relends
relent
relented
relenting
relentless
relentlessly
relentlessness

Literary usage of Relegates

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1. Little Journeys to the Homes of Good Men and Great by Elbert Hubbard (1895)
"ENGLAND relegates her Poets to a "Corner." The earth and the fulness thereof belongs to the men who can kill; on this rock have her State and Church been ..."

2. The History of English Rationalism in the Nineteenth Century by Alfred William Benn (1906)
"The traditional view of the Christian revelation is that it relegates the just apportionment of happiness and misery to a future life, of whose existence we ..."

3. Notae Latinae: An Account of Abbreviation in Latin Mss. of the Early by Wallace Martin Lindsay (1915)
"F 13 and F 17 (by second scribe, but qd by first scribe) and F 19 (qd usual) and F 61 (the scribe relegates qd to the designation of 'quid'); Of Murbach, ..."

4. Hearings Before the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives by United States Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture (1922)
"... and if he has to leave it stand, that action relegates that tree to cold storage for some years; it relegates it to the assessor for some years, ..."

5. The Progress of Philosophy in the Past and in the Future by Samuel Tyler (1868)
"But yet, as speculation cannot, according to Kant, either affirm or deny the existence of a supreme being, it relegates the question to empirical proofs ..."

6. Questions on the Philosophy of Art by Wilbur Fiske Stone (1897)
"Should they not then be included in a portrait-bust ? Would they add to the symbolism of a bust of Athena ? What relegates Sculpture ..."

7. Questions on the Philosophy of Art by Wilbur Fiske Stone (1897)
"Should they not then be included in a portrait-bust ? Would they add to the symbolism of a bust of Athena ? What relegates Sculpture to the side of Nobility ..."

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