Definition of Marginates
1. marginate [v] - See also: marginate
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marginates
Literary usage of Marginates
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Maryland Historical Magazine by Maryland Historical Society (1907)
"... the art of so choosing his phrases as to imply odium. One instance will suffice : On p. 535 he marginates his text : '' Baltimore on kidnapping Copley ..."
2. The Agricultural Museum (1811)
"A deep and rich loam, or that kind of soil which often marginates rivers, and appears to have been formed by the deposition of their waters, is generally ..."
3. Contributions to the Tertiary Fauna of Florida: With Special Reference to by William Healey Dall (1890)
"... which is smooth) a prominent spiral marginates the suture ; the costae are more prominent and extend farther either way from the periphery; ..."