Definition of Enterate

1. having an alimentary canal [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enterate

enter
enter'd
enter-
enter into
enter upon
entera
enterable
enteradenography
enteradenology
enteral
enteral nutrition
enteralgia
enterally
enteramine
enterance
enterate (current term)
enterchangeably
enterdynia
enterectasis
enterectomy
entered
enterelcosis
enterer
enterers
enterest
entereth
enterfere
enteric
enteric-coated

Literary usage of Enterate

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Problems of Nature by Gustav Jäger (1897)
"... like the coelenterates ; lastly come the more highly developed enterate animals, which gradually transform themselves into vertebrates, by the formation ..."

2. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1901)
"They alighted out of the coach, and went into a poore woman's howse at the bottome of Highgate hill, and bought a hen, and made the woman ex- enterate it, ..."

3. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1886)
"... enterate- like ancestor, ie from pouches generally resembling those found at the present day in ..."

4. Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Ear: Medical and Surgical by William Lincoln Ballenger (1908)
"In such cases it may be necessary to institute operative procedures to open the cells at their most dependent portion, or to ex- enterate them in their ..."

5. A Manual of the Anatomy of Invertebrated Animals by Thomas Henry Huxley (1888)
"... forms by the supposition that they are the results of a retrogressive metamorphosis of enterate animals. This question of the true relations of the ..."

6. Problems of Nature by Gustav Jäger (1897)
"... like the coelenterates ; lastly come the more highly developed enterate animals, which gradually transform themselves into vertebrates, by the formation ..."

7. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1901)
"They alighted out of the coach, and went into a poore woman's howse at the bottome of Highgate hill, and bought a hen, and made the woman ex- enterate it, ..."

8. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1886)
"... enterate- like ancestor, ie from pouches generally resembling those found at the present day in ..."

9. Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Ear: Medical and Surgical by William Lincoln Ballenger (1908)
"In such cases it may be necessary to institute operative procedures to open the cells at their most dependent portion, or to ex- enterate them in their ..."

10. A Manual of the Anatomy of Invertebrated Animals by Thomas Henry Huxley (1888)
"... forms by the supposition that they are the results of a retrogressive metamorphosis of enterate animals. This question of the true relations of the ..."

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