Definition of Aurated

1. a. Resembling or containing gold; gold-colored; gilded.



2. a. Having ears. See Aurited.

Definition of Aurated

1. aurate [adj] - See also: aurate

Medical Definition of Aurated

1. 1. Resembling or containing gold; gold-coloured; gilded. 2. Combined with auric acid. See: Aurate. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aurated

auralike
auralities
aurality
aurally
aurally challenged
auramine
auramine O
auramine O fluorescent stain
auramines
auranofin
aurantiaceous
aurantiasis cutis
aurar
auras
aurate
aurated (current term)
aurates
auratic
aureate
aureately
aureation
aurei
aureities
aureity
aurelia
aurelian
aurelians
aurelias
aureola
aureolae

Literary usage of Aurated

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1. The Horticulturist, and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste by Luther Tucker (1854)
"A new greenhouse, aurated by means of MOORE'S patent ventilators, has lately been put up for tho accommodation of tender planta in winter, and we observed ..."

2. American Medical and Philosophical Register: Or, Annals of Medicine, Natural by John Wakefield Francis (1814)
"It is like tinder fitted to receive a spark of fire, and as far as this appropriate state of air extends, when sa- aurated or contaminated with the foreign ..."

3. Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People (1878)
"... to improve the ' piled elastic texture ' of aurated bread ; and secondly, to provide mechanical means for dividing the dough into the requisite exact ..."

4. Public Men of To-day: Being Biographies of the President and Vice-President by Phineas Camp Headley (1882)
"... the Congress of the United States, i" Monroe County, Kentucky, September 11. 1845. He .aurated at tlie Plymouth Academy, Tennessee, and the Kentucky *f ..."

5. Ornithological Dictionary of British Birds by George Montagu, James Rennie (1831)
"When it was asleep or undisturbed, the aurated feathers were very distinguishable, standing above the rest about half an inch; but on being disturbed they ..."

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