fenestrate

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adjective fe·nes·trate \fə-ˈne-ˌstrāt, ˈfe-nə-ˌstrāt\

Definition of fenestrate

Origin and Etymology of fenestrate

Latin fenestratus, from fenestra


First Known Use: 1835

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