Definition of Interpolated

1. a. Inserted in, or added to, the original; introduced; foisted in; changed by the insertion of new or spurious matter.



Definition of Interpolated

1. Verb. (past of interpolate) ¹

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Definition of Interpolated

1. interpolate [v] - See also: interpolate

Medical Definition of Interpolated

1. 1. Inserted in, or added to, the original; introduced; foisted in; changed by the insertion of new or spurious matter. 2. Provided with necessary interpolations; as, an interpolated table. Introduced or determined by interpolation; as, interpolated quantities or numbers. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interpolated

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interpolated (current term)
interpolated extrasystole
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Literary usage of Interpolated

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1. The Panchatantra-text of Purnabhadra by Johannes Hertel (1912)
"The lack of critical spirit, which is so characteristic of the old style pandits, was the reason why the more complete, ie the interpolated and contaminated ..."

2. The Nautical Almanac and Astronomical Ephemeris for the Year by Great Britain Nautical Almanac Office, Great Britain Commissioners of Longitude, Great Britain Admiralty (1841)
"'or Mercury, the Perturbations were obtained immediately from the Tables for ach alternate Mean Noon and interpolated with first differences : the remainder ..."

3. Probability and Theory of Errors by Robert Simpson Woodward (1896)
"ERRORS OF interpolated VALUES. Case I. — One of the most instructive cases to which formulas (3) of Art. 12 are applicable is that of interpolated ..."

4. Higher Mathematics: A Textbook for Classical and Engineering Colleges by Mansfield Merriman, Robert Simpson Woodward (1896)
"ERRORS OF interpolated VALUES. Case I.—One of the most instructive cases to which formulas (3) of Art. 12 are applicable is that of interpolated logarithms, ..."

5. The Theological and Literary Journal (1856)
"In this way the old spurious writings of the Jews were interpolated by the Christians, as the book of Enoch, and the book of Ezra; and others were new ..."

6. The Early History of Oxford, 727-1100: Preceded by a Sketch of the Mythical by James Parker (1885)
"From Camden's edition of Assert Annaks, showing the interpolated ... He prints the interpolated passages, but with the following note ..."

7. The Psychology of Childhood by Naomi Norsworthy, Mary Theodora Whitley (1918)
"interpolated MEDIAN. — When we are dealing with scales in which the steps are big, such as in Illustration i where the step is five, or ex. ..."

8. The Travels of Marco Polo by Marco Polo, Giovanni Battista Baldelli Boni, Hugh Murray, Société de géographie (France) (1852)
"... Estimation—Followed by Mr. Marsden—Shown to be grossly corrupted—interpolated Passages—Their Errors and Contradictions—By whom probably inserted—Are of ..."

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