2. Verb. (transitive) (remove Remove) (error errors) and (corruption corruptions) from (a (text)). ¹
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Definition of Emendate
1. to emend [v -DATED, -DATING, -DATES] - See also: emend
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Emendate
Literary usage of Emendate
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1. English Synonyms: Explained and Illustrated by J. H. A. Günther (1904)
"CORRECT, MEND, AMEND, emendate, IMPROVE, BETTER, AMELIORATE, REFORM, REPAIR. ... emendate (amend) - to remove, or attempt to remove, textual errors in a ..."
2. Contributions to Latin Lexicography by Henry Nettleship (1889)
"56 quam bene atque emendate; Hor. 2. Epist. i. ... 3. i emendate ac lucide dicentium ; Vopiscus Firm, ..."