verb (used without object), men·stru·at·ed, men·stru·at·ing.
Origin of menstruate
Examples from the Web for menstruate
Contemporary Examples of menstruate
For instance, some women use it not only to curb premenstrual symptoms, but also to control when they menstruate.The Pill Is More Than Birth Control
July 29, 2014
The always-edifying Ann Coulter tweeted that Marines were “protecting his right to menstruate.”Chris Hayes’s Honesty Mistake: Troops Need Citizens Questioning Policy
May 29, 2012
Today the most basic choice is whether or not to menstruate at all.
The drugs allow women to menstruate just four or fewer times a year.
I ceased to menstruate for about a year, which my doctor has said could have a lasting impact on my fertility.Was I Born Anorexic?
April 16, 2009
Historical Examples of menstruate
And when the woman is on the point of ceasing to menstruate she does not do so smoothly and comfortably.
Many women do not menstruate and do not become pregnant while they are nursing.
The consumptive girl did not menstruate because she had not the vitality to do so.What a Young Woman Ought to Know
It is extremely rare for a woman to conceive who does not menstruate regularly.Fruits of Philosophy
When the girl returns to the tent it is known that she has begun to menstruate.
Word Origin for menstruate
1680s, probably a back-formation from menstruation, or else from Latin menstruatus, past participle of menstruare. Related: Menstruated; menstruating.