verb (used with or without object), di·ag·nos·ti·cat·ed, di·ag·nos·ti·cat·ing.
Examples from the Web for diagnosticated
As he sank upon the professional sofa, where so many other cases had been diagnosticated, he broke into tears.Between The Dark And The Daylight|William Dean Howells
His abnormities are characteristic, and are to be diagnosticated in only one way.Facts And Fictions Of Life|Helen H. Gardener
Bony tumors elsewhere can also be diagnosticated and properly treated.