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QUAD'RATE, a.

1. Square; having four equal and parallel sides.

2. Divisible into four equal parts.

3. Square; equal; exact.

4. Suited; fitted; applicable; correspondent.

QUAD'RATE, n.

1. A square; a surface with four equal and parallel sides.

2. In astrology, an aspect of the heavenly bodies, in which they are distant from each other ninety degrees, or the quarter of a circle; the same as quartile.

QUAD'RATE, v.i. [L. quadro.]

To suit; to correspond; to agree with; to be accommodated; followed by with.

Aristotle's rules for epic poetry - cannot be supposed to quadrate exactly with modern heroic poems.



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QUAD'RATE, a.

1. Square; having four equal and parallel sides.

2. Divisible into four equal parts.

3. Square; equal; exact.

4. Suited; fitted; applicable; correspondent.

QUAD'RATE, n.

1. A square; a surface with four equal and parallel sides.

2. In astrology, an aspect of the heavenly bodies, in which they are distant from each other ninety degrees, or the quarter of a circle; the same as quartile.

QUAD'RATE, v.i. [L. quadro.]

To suit; to correspond; to agree with; to be accommodated; followed by with.

Aristotle's rules for epic poetry - cannot be supposed to quadrate exactly with modern heroic poems.

QUAD'RATE, a.

  1. Square; having four equal and parallel sides.
  2. Divisible into four equal parts. – Brown.
  3. Square; equal; exact. – Howell.
  4. Suited; fitted; applicable; correspondent. – Harvey.

QUAD'RATE, n.

  1. A square; a surface with four equal and parallel sides. – Wotton. Milton.
  2. In astrology, an aspect of the heavenly bodies, in which they are distant from each other ninety degrees, or the quarter of a circle; the same as quartile. – Dict.

QUAD'RATE, v.i. [L. quadro; Fr. quadrer, cadrer.]

To suit; to correspond; to agree with; to be accommodated; followed by with. Aristotle's rules for epic poetry … can not be supposed to quadrate exactly with modern heroic poems. – Addison.


Quad"rate
  1. Having four equal sides, the opposite sides parallel, and four right angles; square.

    Figures, some round, some triangle, some quadrate. Foxe.

  2. A plane surface with four equal sides and four right angles; a square; hence, figuratively, anything having the outline of a square.

    At which command, the powers militant
    That stood for heaven, in mighty quadrate joined.
    Milton.

  3. To square] to agree; to suit; to correspond; -- followed by with.

    [Archaic]

    The objections of these speculatists of its forms do not quadrate with their theories. Burke.

  4. To adjust (a gun) on its carriage; also, to train (a gun) for horizontal firing.
  5. Produced by multiplying a number by itself; square.

    " Quadrate and cubical numbers." Sir T. Browne.
  6. An aspect of the heavenly bodies in which they are distant from each other 90°, or the quarter of a circle; quartile. See the Note under Aspect, 6.
  7. Square; even; balanced; equal; exact.

    [Archaic] " A quadrate, solid, wise man." Howell.
  8. The quadrate bone.
  9. Squared; suited; correspondent.

    [Archaic] " A generical description quadrate to both." Harvey.

    Quadrate bone (Anat.), a bone between the base of the lower jaw and the skull in most vertebrates below the mammals. In reptiles and birds it articulates the lower jaw with the skull; in mammals it is represented by the malleus or incus.

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Quadrate

QUAD'RATE, adjective

1. Square; having four equal and parallel sides.

2. Divisible into four equal parts.

3. Square; equal; exact.

4. Suited; fitted; applicable; correspondent.

QUAD'RATE, noun

1. A square; a surface with four equal and parallel sides.

2. In astrology, an aspect of the heavenly bodies, in which they are distant from each other ninety degrees, or the quarter of a circle; the same as quartile.

QUAD'RATE, verb intransitive [Latin quadro.]

To suit; to correspond; to agree with; to be accommodated; followed by with.

Aristotle's rules for epic poetry - cannot be supposed to quadrate exactly with modern heroic poems.

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IMPORT'ANCE, n.

1. Weight; consequence; a bearing on some interest; that quality of any thing by which it may affect a measure, interest or result. The education of youth is of great importance to a free government. A religious education is of infinite importance to every human being.

2. Weight or consequence in the scale of being.

Thy own importance know.

Nor bound thy narrow views to things below.

3. Weight or consequence in self-estimation.

He believes himself a man of importance.

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CLEAN, a. In a general sense, free from extraneous matter, or whatever is injurious or offensive; hence its signification depends on the nature and qualities of the substances to which it is applied.

1. Free from dirt, or other foul matter; as clean water; a clean cup; a clean floor.

2. Free from weeds or stones; as clean land; a clean garden or field.

3. Free from knots or branches; as clean timber. In America, clear is generally used.

4. Free from moral impurity; innocent.

Who can bring a clean thing out of an unclean? Job 14. Acts 18.

5. Free from ceremonial defilement. Lev. 10; Numb. 19.

6. Free from guilt; sanctified; holy. John 13. Ps 51.

7. That might be eaten by the Hebrews. Gen. 7; Gen. 8.

8. That might be used. Luke 11.

9. Free from a foul disease; cured of leprosy. 2 Kings 5. Math. 8.

10. Dextrous; adroit; not bungling; free from awkwardness; as a clean feat; a clean boxer.

11. Free from infection; as a clean ship. A clean bill of health is a certificate that a ship is clean, or free from infection.

CLEAN, adv.

1. Quite; perfectly; wholly; entirely; fully; indicating separation or complete removal of every part. The people passed clean over Jordan. Josh. 3. Is his mercy clean gone forever? Ps. 77. This use of clean is not now elegant, and not used except in vulgar language.

2. Without miscarriage; dextrously.

Pope came off clean with Homer.

CLEAN, v.t. To remove all foreign matter from; to separate from any thing whatever is extraneous to it, or whatever is foul, noxious, or offensive, as dirt or filth from the hands, body or clothes, foul matter from a vessel, weeds, shrubs and stones from a meadow; to purify. Thus, a house is cleaned by sweeping and washing; a field is cleaned by plowing and hoeing.

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