Intermicate In`ter*mi"cate, v. i. [L. intermicare; inter- between + micare to glitter.] To flash or shine between or among. [R.] --Blount. [1913 Webster]

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  • intermicate — † intermicate, v. Obs. rare 0. [f. ppl. stem of L. intermicāre, f. inter between + micāre to glitter.] ‘To shine between’ (Cockeram, 1623). So † intermiˈcation, ‘a shining between’ (Phillips, 1658) …   Useful english dictionary

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