verb (used without object), ca·se·at·ed, ca·se·at·ing. Pathology.
to undergo caseation.
Origin of caseate
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Historical Examples of caseate
A tubercule may caseate, a process that is destructive and dangerous to the organism.Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry
(intr) pathol to undergo caseation
Word Origin for caseate
C19: from Latin cāseus cheese 1
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