Origin of variegate
OTHER WORDS FROM variegatevar·i·e·ga·tor, noun
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Body black or sordidly metallic greenish gray, usually yellow pollinose or variegate; gen at most hairy above.Handbook of Medical Entomology|William Albert Riley
Possibly the purple patches of relaxation which variegate the lives of the inmates are too few and too far between.The Vagrancy Problem.|William Harbutt Dawson
Their clothes they variegate by steeping them in dyes, which produce a colour not easily effaced.
The Ashburners and Sedgwicks continue your tradition and even ornament or variegate it with their own original force.Notes of a Son and Brother|Henry James