verb (used with object), lu·bri·cat·ed, lu·bri·cat·ing.
verb (used without object), lu·bri·cat·ed, lu·bri·cat·ing.
Words nearby lubricate
Origin of lubricate
OTHER WORDS FROM lubricate
Examples from the Web for lubricated
I remember the lubricated side against me, not against her, sliding back and forth.
From these is emitted a glutinous liquid, with which his long tongue is lubricated when he puts it into the ants' nests.Wanderings in South America|Charles Waterton
He had a little molasses, with which the former was lubricated, and a good strong cup of coffee was added.War from the Inside|Frederick L. (Frederick Lyman) Hitchcock
Spring shackles and steering connections equipped with pressure fittings should be lubricated every 1000 miles.