Ex*os"sate (?), v. t. [L. exossatus, p. p. of exossare to bone , fr. exos without bones; ex out + os, ossis, bone.]

To deprive of bones; to take out the bones of; to bone.

[Obs.]

Bailey.

 

© Webster 1913.

Originally noded by Webster 1913 as Exosstate, which doesn't fit the etymology. - Ed.

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