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admeasure

verb ad·mea·sure \ad-ˈme-zhər, -ˈmā-\
ad·mea·suredad·mea·sur·ing

Definition of ADMEASURE

transitive verb
:  to determine the proper share of :  apportion

Origin of ADMEASURE

Middle English amesuren, from Anglo-French amesurer, from a- (from Latin ad-) + mesurer to measure
First Known Use: 1641

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