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- v. To weary; to tire; to fatigue.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Wearied; tired; fatigued.
- transitive v. To weary; to tire; to fatigue.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To fatigue; tire.
- Fatigued; tired.
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Other translators and setters of movable type likewise had little choice but to cram printed pages with sights never before seen: illecebrous, fatigate, abequitate, questitious, anacephalize, and obtestate.
 Shakespeare has capricious, conversation, fatigate (if not fatigue), figure, gallant, good graces; incendiary is in Minshew's “Guide to the Tongues,” ed.
 Shakespeare has _capricious, conversation_, fatigate
Rut now I reliquishe to fatigate your intelligence with any more frivolous verbositie, and therfore he that rules the climates be euermore your beautreux, your fortresse, and your bulwarke. Amen '