verb (used with object), de·mar·cat·ed, de·mar·cat·ing.
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Origin of demarcate
OTHER WORDS FROM demarcatede·mar·ca·tor, noun
Example sentences from the Web for demarcate
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.