Hereticate He*ret"i*cate, v. t. [LL. haereticatus, p. p. of haereticare.] To decide to be heresy or a heretic; to denounce as a heretic or heretical. --Bp. Hall. [1913 Webster]

And let no one be minded, on the score of my neoterism, to hereticate me. --Fitzed. Hall. [1913 Webster]

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  • hereticate — he·ret·i·cate …   English syllables

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  • heresy —   n. unorthodox religious belief.    ♦ heretic ), n.    ♦ heretical, a.    ♦ hereticate, hereticize,   v.t. denounce as heretic.    ♦ hereticide, n. killer or killing of heretic …   Dictionary of difficult words

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