Cir`cum*stan"ti*ate (?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Circumstantiated (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Circumstantiating (?).] [See Circumstantiating ().]

1.

To place in particular circumstances; to invest with particular accidents or adjuncts.

[R.]

If the act were otherwise circumstantiated, it might will that freely which now it wills reluctantly. Bramhall.

2.

To prove or confirm by circumstances; to entr into details concerning.

Neither will time permint to circumstantiate these particulars, which I have only touched in the general. State Trials (1661).

 

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