verb (used with object), de·mar·cat·ed, de·mar·cat·ing.
Origin of demarcate
Examples from the Web for demarcated
Rather, Israel borders four different states; it has demarcated and defined borders with two, Egypt and Jordan.
On the other side, it is demarcated from the region in which impulse is a law unto itself.Human Nature and Conduct|John Dewey
These were demarcated by various landmarks, crosses, holy images, etc.; and "the bounds" were beaten every year.German Culture Past and Present|Ernest Belfort Bax
It is not likely that new difficulties will arise on this side, although the boundary has not been demarcated.The Pacification of Burma|Sir Charles Haukes Todd Crosthwaite
Let us next consider how the area is demarcated from the surrounding regions.Modern Geography|Marion I. Newbigin
The boundaries of the state were demarcated, disarmament was carried out, and the construction of roads was pushed forward.
British Dictionary definitions for demarcated
Word Origin and History for demarcated
1816, back-formation from demarcation. Related: Demarcated; demarcating.