- (in ancient manuscripts, early printed books, etc.) having titles, catchwords, etc., distinctively colored.
Origin of rubricated
- to mark or color with red.
- to furnish with or regulate by rubrics.
Origin of rubricate
Related Words for rubricatedpink, tint, suffuse, mantle, color, rose, rouge, bloody, paint, rubric, flush, crimson, dye, rust, glow, rubify, ruddle, rubricate, incarnadine, ruddy
Examples from the Web for rubricated
Historical Examples of rubricated
A 56-page illustrated pamphlet, untrimmed, rubricated cover.Trilbyana
Joseph Benson Gilder & Jeannette Leonard Gilder
Cremer, Heinrich, copy of 42-line Bible rubricated by, 47 sq.Fine Books
Alfred W. Pollard
At the head of the first page of the text of the book were three rubricated Arabic words.A Modern Aladdin
The paper was to be of hand-made linen, from the Kelmscott Mills; the type black-letter, with rubricated initials.
There are no figures or illuminations, but the titles are rubricated in burnished gold or in colours.
- to print (a book or manuscript) with red titles, headings, etc
- to mark in red
- to supply with or regulate by rubrics