verb (used with object), de·mar·cat·ed, de·mar·cat·ing.
Origin of demarcate
Examples from the Web for demarcate
We used Flor Fedora carpet tiles to demarcate the display areas, in place of heavy platforms.
Out at Hillside the stones that demarcate the territory of an old-fashioned house are new and snowily whitewashed.Pipefuls|Christopher Morley
General Liu and I proposed to demarcate south of the Taiping.A Civil Servant in Burma|Herbert Thirkel White
British Dictionary definitions for demarcate
Word Origin and History for demarcate
1816, back-formation from demarcation. Related: Demarcated; demarcating.