Origin of demarcate
OTHER WORDS FROM demarcatede·mar·ca·tor, noun
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How to use demarcate in a sentence
For millennia, humans have been “up with the chickens,” demarcating time by the rooster’s crow.Your Brain Is Like Beethoven - Issue 107: The Edge|Jonathan Berger|October 27, 2021|Nautilus
They’re helpfully demarcated on the eastern side of the freeway.
Moving a cursor inside the narrowly demarcated blast radius one comes across dots or particles that can be clicked on.‘Genesis Noir’: A stunning game about love, murder, joy and the Big Bang|Christopher Byrd|April 12, 2021|Washington Post
Sam’s room was the living room and had a hanging sheet demarcating it.
The discovery of the genome a century after Darwin published On the Origin of Species seemed to demarcate an upper limit.When Evolution Is Infectious - Issue 90: Something Green|Moises Velasquez-Manoff|September 30, 2020|Nautilus
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