Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To bind up or together; unite; constrain.

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  • verb surgery To ligate again.
  • verb Seventeenth-century spelling of relegate

Etymologies

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Partly from religāt-, the perfect passive participial stem of the Classical Latin religō ("I bind back or behind") and partly formed in English as re- +‎ ligate.

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See relegate ³.

Examples

  • Christianity, it is not even 'religion', it does not religate; does not bind anew.

    The Life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1838

  • And then religate to release Caught by an enzyme Caught by an enzyme To-to-to-to-to Topo

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  • (1, 1, 1, I want 1A) You know that I want you And you know that I need you (cause I'm a free bitch baby) Relax the negative supercoiling I want your passage of only one strand You and me could make a protein I want your entrapment, one strand And then religate to release Caught by an enzyme Caught by an enzyme To-to-to-to-to Topo Topo-o Topoisomerase Want you to cut me

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  • And you know that I need you Relax the negative supercoiling I want your passage of only one strand You and me could make a protein I want your entrapment, one strand And then religate to release Caught by an enzyme Caught by an enzyme To-to-to-to-to Topo Topo-o Topoisomerase Want you to cut me I want attraction to your inhibitors Cause you are cancer as long as you're here

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  • (1, 1, 1, I want 1A) You know that I want you And you know that I need you (cause I'm a free bitch baby) Relax the negative supercoiling I want your passage of only one strand You and me could make a protein I want your entrapment, one strand And then religate to release Caught by an enzyme Caught by an enzyme To-to-to-to-to Topo Topo-o Topoisomerase Want you to cut me

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  • yes, expulsion for renshaw is pretty heavy handed, but if your're the race refs, what are you gonna do to show this is uncool? like someone already said, religate a lead-out man? bfd. ovbiously, this hurts the Manssile most. perhaps omerta for Cav's tour de suisse "good sportsman ship"?

    BSNYC Friday Fun Quiz!

  • I would definately argue that we shouldn’t pander but can the market of SF ignore or religate those fans to the media tie-in books which, in case you haven’t noticed, have gone from one or two shelves, to a recognizable percentage of space in the SF/F section and have this Adult/Kids Table mentality?

    The Lie of Star Wars as Entertainment « Whatever

  • _religion_, it does not _religate_; does not bind anew.

    Reminiscences of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey

  • a dozen handkerchiefs and napkins had already been saturated with blood; and as it still came freely, nothing was left but to reopen the wound and religate the artery.

    Danger

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    December 22, 2011