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demark

[ dih-mahrk ]
/ dɪˈmɑrk /
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verb (used with object)
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Origin of demark

First recorded in 1825–35; de- + mark1
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How to use demark in a sentence

  • Hill crests, set off with flashes running back and forth, demarked infantry lines of the Browns assisting the automatics.

    The Last Shot|Frederick Palmer
  • Away to the eastward, the line of battle was clearly demarked.

  • How lucky it was that the line of cleavage between them was so clearly demarked!

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