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Definition of "maculated" [mac•u•la•ted]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of maculate. (verb)
  • Having spots or blotches; maculate. (adjective)

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Use "maculated" in a sentence
  • "Bierce also fought at Chickamauga, which lends its name to the title of his powerful story of a lost little boy playing with a wooden sword who wanders into a forest and comes upon "freaked and maculated" men crawling and falling in battle."
  • "MetroNorth carriage windows are usually so maculated with filth on the outside, especially after a snow storm, that their only practical purpose is to provide many oblique reflections with which discreetly to observe passengers on the inside."
  • "During a visit to the Gendarmerie Headquarters, a man whose face was maculated with blood, both hands tied in the back, was seen being marched across the base escorted by two Gendarmes."
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