Definitions

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  • v. To bask in the sun

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • v. To bask in the sun.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To bask in the sun.
  • To expose to sunlight.

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Examples

  • While "appricate" may not be a word, it's closer to "apricate" which apparently is--thank you dictionary.com! than "appreciate".

    The Teacher Tearjerker

  • I deem it for the mind to apricate in the shelter of epistolary confidence, were it not that a considerable, I might even say a large, number of individuals in this parish expect from their pastor some publick expression of sentiment at this crisis.

    The Complete Poetical Works of James Russell Lowell

  • No longer were social parties the old heraldic solemnities [Footnote 4] enjoined by red letters in the almanac, in which the chief objects were to discharge some arrear of ceremonious debt, or to ventilate old velvets, or to _apricate_ and refresh old gouty systems and old traditions of feudal ostentation, which both alike suffered and grew smoke-dried under too rigorous a seclusion.

    Theological Essays and Other Papers — Volume 2

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