[ mak-yool ]
/ ˈmæk yul /
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verb (used with or without object), mac·uled, mac·ul·ing.
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Origin of macule
1475–85; <Latin macula spot, blemish; cf. macula
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Example sentences from the Web for macule
This macule, plaque, or patch of diseased integument is in its typical features characteristic.
British Dictionary definitions for macule
Word Origin for macule
C15: from Latin macula spot
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Medical definitions for macule
[ măk′yōōl′ ]
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