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Crossword Solver Solutions for: EX????ATE

exacinate

exacinate
(v. t.) To remove the kernel form.

exagitate

exagitate
(v. t.) To stir up; to agitate.
(v. t.) To satirize; to censure severely.

exanimate

exanimate
(a.) Lifeless; dead.
(a.) Destitute of animation; spiritless; disheartened.
(v. t.) To deprive of animation or of life.

exantlate

exantlate
(v. t.) To exhaust or wear out.

exarchate

exarchate
(n.) The office or the province of an exarch.

excarnate

excarnate
(v. t.) To deprive or clear of flesh.

excoriate

excoriate
Express strong disapproval of; "We condemn the racism in South Africa"; "These ideas were reprobated"
Tear or wear off the skin or make sore by abrading; "This leash chafes the dog's neck"

exculpate

exculpate
(v. t.) To clear from alleged fault or guilt; to prove to be guiltless; to relieve of blame; to acquit.

exestuate

exestuate
(v. i.) To be agitated; to boil up; to effervesce.

exfoliate

exfoliate
(v. i.) To separate and come off in scales or laminae, as pieces of carious bone or of bark.
(v. i.) To split into scales, especially to become converted into scales at the result of heat or decomposition.
(v. t.) To remove scales, laminae, or splinters from the surface of.

exoculate

exoculate
(v. t.) To deprive of eyes.

exonerate

exonerate
(v. t.) To unload; to disburden; to discharge.
(v. t.) To relieve, in a moral sense, as of a charge, obligation, or load of blame resting on one; to clear of something that lies upon oppresses one, as an accusation or imputation; as, to exonerate one's self from blame, or from the charge of avarice.
(v. t.) To discharge from duty or obligation, as a ball.

exosstate

exosstate
(v. t.) To deprive of bones; to take out the bones of; to bone.

expatiate

expatiate
(v. i.) To range at large, or without restraint.
(v. i.) To enlarge in discourse or writing; to be copious in argument or discussion; to descant.
(v. t.) To expand; to spread; to extend; to diffuse; to broaden.

expediate

expediate
(v. t.) To hasten; to expedite.

expiscate

expiscate
(v. t.) To fish out; to find out by skill or laborious investigation; to search out.

explanate

explanate
(a.) Spreading or extending outwardly in a flat form.

explicate

explicate
(a.) Evolved; unfolded.
(v. t.) To unfold; to expand; to lay open.
(v. t.) To unfold the meaning or sense of; to explain; to clear of difficulties or obscurity; to interpret.

expurgate

expurgate
(v. t.) To purify; to clear from anything noxious, offensive, or erroneous; to cleanse; to purge; as, to expurgate a book.

exsiccate

exsiccate
(v. t.) To exhaust or evaporate moisture from; to dry up.

extenuate

extenuate
(a.) Thin; slender.
(v. i.) To become thinner; to make excuses; to advance palliating considerations.
(v. t.) To make thin or slender; to draw out so as to lessen the thickness.
(v. t.) To lessen; to palliate; to lessen or weaken the force of; to diminish the conception of, as crime, guilt, faults, ills, accusations, etc.; -- opposed to aggravate.
(v. t.) To lower or degrade; to detract from.
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