Definitions

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  • n. One who is subjected to examination.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A person subjected to examination.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A person examined.

Etymologies

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Latin examinatus, past participle of examinare. See examine.

Examples

  • The father explains to his son: They just want to examinate us because we have a big nose.

    No Fat Clips!!! : EMIR KUSTURICA – Guernica

  • The examinate found it so difficult to answer the question, that he suddenly became afflicted with deafness.

    Westward Ho!

  • Collocabatur in medio domûs emaculatæ odoribus Arabicis undique, lance rotunda pure superposita, ex diversis metallicis materiis fabrefacta; cujus in ambitu rotunditatis extremo elementorum viginti quatuor scriptiles formæ incisæ perite, dijungebantur spatiis examinate dimensis.

    Notes and Queries, Number 227, March 4, 1854 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

  • In accordance with the words of the rule, "Ut sint examinate et casta eorum eloquia", he was deeply convinced that the friars must announce to the faithful only well-grounded and authentic doctrine, in unambiguous and carefully sifted language.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • And it being asked of this examinate why the spirite did looke vpon her, shee said it was hungrie '.

    The Witch-cult in Western Europe A Study in Anthropology

  • Thomas Widowes was thrust out of the ship into the shallop, but whether he willed them take his keys and share his goods, to save his life, this examinate knoweth not.

    Henry Hudson

  • But, when he was in the shallop, this examinate saw him in a motley gown at liberty, and they spoke together, Hudson saying: It is that villain Ivott [Juet], that hath undone us; and he answered: No, it is Grene that hath done all this villainy.

    Henry Hudson

  • Concerning this poor “student in the mathematickes” Prickett testified before the court: “Thomas Widowes was thrust out of the ship into the shallop, but whether he willed them take his keys and share his goods, to save his life, this examinate knoweth not.”

    Henry Hudson

  • Mr. Cheerman! "exclaimed the old man, tremulously," lemme examinate that thar wild-cat skelp.

    His "Day In Court" 1895

  • Discovery into the shallop about 20 leagues from the place where they wintered, about 22d of June shall be 6 years in June next, as he heard from the rest of the company, for this examinate had his nails frozen off, and was very sick at the time.

    Henry Hudson A Brief Statement of His Aims and His Achievements

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