verb (used with object), dep·i·lat·ed, dep·i·lat·ing.
to remove the hair from (hides, skin, etc.).
Origin of depilate
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Related Words for depilatednaked, barren, bare, hairless, bald, clean-shaven, head, exposed, smooth, uncovered, shaven, stark, baldheaded, glabrous, egghead, beardless, glabrate, glabrescent, shorn
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Contemporary Examples of depilated
The school—a slab of concrete, surrounded by a perimeter of depilated classrooms—resembles a prison.Egypt, As Protests Rage, School Begins
September 15, 2012
(tr) to remove the hair from
Word Origin for depilate
C16: from Latin dēpilāre, from pilāre to make bald, from pilus hair
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To remove hair from the body.
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