[ tawr-kwit, -kweyt ]
/ ˈtɔr kwɪt, -kweɪt /
ringed about the neck, as with feathers or a color; collared.
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Origin of torquate
1655–65; < Latin torquātus adorned with a necklace, equivalent to torqu(ēs) twisted neck-chain + -ātus -ate1
Words nearby torquate
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