Exacinate \Ex*ac"i*nate\, v. t. [L. ex out + acinus kernel.] To remove the kernel form. [1913 Webster]

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  • exacinate — † exacinate, v. Obs. [f. med.L. exacināt ppl. stem of exacināre, f. ex out + acinus grape stone.] trans. To remove kernels or stones from fruit. 1656–1681 in Blount Glossogr. Hence † ˌexaciˈnation. Obs. 1658–96 in Phillips, 1730–6 in Bailey… …   Useful english dictionary

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