Del"i*quate (?), v. i. [L. deliquatus, p. p. of deliquare to clear off, de- + liquare to make liquid, melt, dissolve.]

To melt or be dissolved; to deliquesce.

[Obs.]

Boyle.

 

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Del"i*quate, v. t.

To cause to melt away; to dissolve; to consume; to waste.

[Obs.]

Dilapidating, or rather deliquating, his bishopric. Fuller.

 

© Webster 1913.

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