verb (used with object), var·i·e·gat·ed, var·i·e·gat·ing.
QUIZ YOURSELF ON "WAS" VS. "WERE"!
Origin of variegate
OTHER WORDS FROM variegatevar·i·e·ga·tor, noun
Words nearby variegate
Example sentences from the Web for variegate
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