verb (used with object), in·cras·sat·ed, in·cras·sat·ing.
Origin of incrassate
Related formsin·cras·sa·tion, nounin·cras·sa·tive, adjective
Examples from the Web for incrassate
Septum with a wide undulation near its origin, thence straight and incrassate at the end.
Septum undulated near its origin and then straight, incrassate at the end.
Had no schoolmaster in moments of heroic enthusiasm attempted to pound a few rules of rhetoric through my incrassate skull?Greener Than You Think|Ward Moore