[ roo-bri-keyt ]
/ ˈru brɪˌkeɪt /
verb (used with object), ru·bri·cat·ed, ru·bri·cat·ing.
to mark or color with red.
to furnish with or regulate by rubrics.
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Origin of rubricate
OTHER WORDS FROM rubricateru·bri·ca·tion, nounru·bri·ca·tor, noun
Words nearby rubricate
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British Dictionary definitions for rubricate
/ (ˈruːbrɪˌkeɪt) /
to print (a book or manuscript) with red titles, headings, etc
to mark in red
to supply with or regulate by rubrics
Derived forms of rubricaterubrication, nounrubricator, noun
Word Origin for rubricate
C16: from Latin rubricāre to colour red, from rubrīca red earth; see rubric
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