Definition of Dulcorate

1. Verb. Make sweeter in taste.

Exact synonyms: Dulcify, Edulcorate, Sweeten
Specialized synonyms: Honey, Saccharify, Sugar, Candy, Glaze, Sugarcoat, Mull
Generic synonyms: Change Taste
Antonyms: Sour
Derivative terms: Sweetener, Sweetening, Sweetening



Definition of Dulcorate

1. v. t. To sweeten; to make less acrimonious.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dulcorate

dulcimerists
dulcimerlike
dulcimers
dulcimore
dulcimores
dulcin
dulcinea
dulcineas
dulciness
dulcite
dulcites
dulcitol
dulcitols
dulcitude
dulcitudes
dulcorate (current term)
dulcoration
dulcose
dulcoses
dulcour
dule
duledge
duledges
dules
dulia
dulias
dull
dull-minded
dull-witted
dull as dishwater

Literary usage of Dulcorate

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1. The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of the Rise by Henry Smith Williams (1907)
"... through the Torrid Zone, the Water is boil'd, and therefore this River is sweeter than any other in the World ; for Heat does naturally dulcorate Water. ..."

2. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1876)
"... an anodyne quality, highly conducing to dulcorate the humour apt to ferment with so much viru- lency; not to enlarge on other qualities wherewith it may ..."

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