fulcrate

adjective
ful·​crate | \-ˌkrāt\

Definition of fulcrate 

biology

: having a fulcrum

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History and Etymology for fulcrate

probably from (assumed) New Latin fulcratus, from New Latin fulcrum + Latin -atus -ate

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