verb (used without object), mic·tu·rat·ed, mic·tu·rat·ing.
Origin of micturate
Examples from the Web for micturate
Take this to heart, ye children of Cain who eat doubloons and micturate water.Droll Stories, Complete|Honore de Balzac
The effect of large doses is to cause great pain in the renal region and urgent wish to micturate.
British Dictionary definitions for micturate
Word Origin for micturate
Word Origin and History for micturate
"urinate," by 1842, from micturition; malformed and with an erroneous sense; condemned from its birth.