verb (used without object), gra·dat·ed, gra·dat·ing.
verb (used with object), gra·dat·ed, gra·dat·ing.
Origin of gradate
Examples from the Web for gradate
Historical Examples of gradate
As soon as you find you can gradate tolerably with the pen, take an H. or HH.The Crown of Wild Olive
At all events he can gradate from black to white with remarkable minuteness and ease.English Book-Illustration of To-day
Rose Esther Dorothea Sketchley
Gradate veins: a transverse series of veins, each before or beyond the next.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology
John. B. Smith
1753, back-formation from gradation. Related: Gradated; gradating.