Definition of Etiolates

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



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Definition of Etiolates

1. etiolate [v] - See also: etiolate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Etiolates

ethyrs
etianic acid
etic
etidocaine
etidronate
etidronate disodium
etidronic acid
etilefrine
etilefrine hydrochloride
etimizol
etio-
etiocholanolone
etiogenic
etiolate
etiolated
etiolates (current term)
etiolating
etiolation
etiolations
etiolin
etiolins
etiologic
etiological
etiologically
etiologics
etiologies
etiologist
etiologists
etiology
etiopathic

Literary usage of Etiolates

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1. History of India by Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson, Romesh Chunder Dutt, Vincent Arthur Smith, Stanley Lane-Poole, Henry Miers Elliot, William Wilson Hunter, Alfred Comyn Lyall (1906)
"adventurers, free from the lethargy of self-indulgence that too often etiolates the exotic in the Indian forcing- house. The very bigotry of their creed was ..."

2. America and Europe by Adam G. De Gurowski (1857)
"... generally or habitually, etiolates the man of the South. There is not one mental faculty, not one attribute of genuine manhood, in which the Southerner ..."

3. An Encyclopædia of Gardening: Comprising the Theory and Practice of by John Claudius Loudon (1860)
"It has been stated by some that steam draws up or etiolates plants, and lessens the flavour of fruits ; but we are inclined to consider such effects, ..."

4. Medieval India Under Mohammedan Rule, 712-1764 by Stanley Lane-Poole (1903)
"... by fresh bodies of hardy adventurers, free from the lethargy of self-indulgence that too often etiolates the exotic in the Indian forcing-house. ..."

5. Transactions of the Annual Meeting by Ohio State Medical Society (1882)
"She weakens from the drain of her milk, and etiolates from want of sunlight and falls an easy victim to disease of the lungs. The cow suffers from the same ..."

6. Islam and Christianity in India and the Far East by Elwood Morris Wherry (1907)
"... by fresh bodies of hardy adventurers free from the lethargy of self-indulgence that too often etiolates the exotic in the Indian forcing house. ..."

7. Physiological Chemistry by Karl Gotthelf Lehmann, George Edward Day (1851)
"The etiolates possess a bitter and at the same time a slightly sweet taste; they are all soluble in alcohol, but water dissolves only the alkaline cholates ..."

8. Great Truths by Great Authors (1856)
"... if moderately enjoyed, it beautifies, it refreshes, and it improves; if immoderately, it withers, etiolates, and destroys. , — Shakspeare. ..."

9. History of India by Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson, Romesh Chunder Dutt, Vincent Arthur Smith, Stanley Lane-Poole, Henry Miers Elliot, William Wilson Hunter, Alfred Comyn Lyall (1906)
"adventurers, free from the lethargy of self-indulgence that too often etiolates the exotic in the Indian forcing- house. The very bigotry of their creed was ..."

10. America and Europe by Adam G. De Gurowski (1857)
"... generally or habitually, etiolates the man of the South. There is not one mental faculty, not one attribute of genuine manhood, in which the Southerner ..."

11. An Encyclopædia of Gardening: Comprising the Theory and Practice of by John Claudius Loudon (1860)
"It has been stated by some that steam draws up or etiolates plants, and lessens the flavour of fruits ; but we are inclined to consider such effects, ..."

12. Medieval India Under Mohammedan Rule, 712-1764 by Stanley Lane-Poole (1903)
"... by fresh bodies of hardy adventurers, free from the lethargy of self-indulgence that too often etiolates the exotic in the Indian forcing-house. ..."

13. Transactions of the Annual Meeting by Ohio State Medical Society (1882)
"She weakens from the drain of her milk, and etiolates from want of sunlight and falls an easy victim to disease of the lungs. The cow suffers from the same ..."

14. Islam and Christianity in India and the Far East by Elwood Morris Wherry (1907)
"... by fresh bodies of hardy adventurers free from the lethargy of self-indulgence that too often etiolates the exotic in the Indian forcing house. ..."

15. Physiological Chemistry by Karl Gotthelf Lehmann, George Edward Day (1851)
"The etiolates possess a bitter and at the same time a slightly sweet taste; they are all soluble in alcohol, but water dissolves only the alkaline cholates ..."

16. Great Truths by Great Authors (1856)
"... if moderately enjoyed, it beautifies, it refreshes, and it improves; if immoderately, it withers, etiolates, and destroys. , — Shakspeare. ..."

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