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globate

[ gloh-beyt ]
/ ˈgloʊ beɪt /
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adjective

shaped like a globe.

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Also glo·bat·ed [gloh-bey-tid] /ˈgloʊ beɪ tɪd/ .

Origin of globate

First recorded in 1840–50, globate is from the Latin word globātus (past participle of globāre to make into a ball). See globe, -ate1
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How to use globate in a sentence

  • I'll wager there's something like that in the Globate Credo.

    The Buttoned Sky|Geoff St. Reynard

British Dictionary definitions for globate

globate

globated

/ (ˈɡləʊbeɪt) /

adjective

shaped like a globe
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