Definition of Collates

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



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Definition of Collates

1. collate [v] - See also: collate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Collates

collaterality
collateralizable
collateralization
collateralizations
collateralize
collateralized
collateralized debt obligation
collateralized debt obligations
collateralized loan obligation
collateralizes
collateralizing
collaterally
collateralness
collaterals
collaters
collates (current term)
collating
collation
collational
collationed
collationer
collationers
collations
collatitious
collative
collator
collators
collaud
collauded
collauding

Literary usage of Collates

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1. A Practical Treatise on the Law of Advowsons by John Mirehouse (1824)
"Where the bishop collates, and dies before induction. Collation by lapse. Stamp. If a church belonging to the patronage of a bishop becomes void, ..."

2. The Reader's Handbook of the American Revolution. 1761-1783 by Justin Winsor (1880)
"Events that took place here are fashioned into the substance of Cooper's novel, The Spy; and HL Barnum's Spy Unmasked collates the novelist's story with ..."

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