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maculate

adjective mac·u·late \ˈma-kyə-lət\

Definition of MACULATE

1
:  marked with spots :  blotched

Variants of MACULATE

mac·u·late or mac·u·lat·ed \-ˌlā-təd\

Origin of MACULATE

Latin maculatus, past participle of maculare to stain, from macula
First Known Use: 15th century
Medical Dictionary

maculate

adjective mac·u·late \ˈmak-yə-lət\

Medical Definition of MACULATE

:  marked with spots

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