Third-person singular simple present indicative form of macerate. (verb)
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Use "macerates" in a sentence
"A believer who flagellates or "macerates" himself today arouses more wonder and fear than emulation."
"I recently met a senior lawyer and constitutional expert who's of the view that the Welsh Affairs Select Committee "macerates" bids for power put in front of them."
"The pie that is their legacy uses paper-thin slices of whole lemons, macerates them in sugar for a good while and mixes them with eggs to form a most-amazing pie filling, part marmelade and part curd."