Definition of 'demarcate'
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He could roughly demarcate the phases drawn by the social historians. PASSION IN THE PEAKBut churches were occasionally built to demarcate the frontiers of a king's domain. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFEWhen they come in early autumn, the old-timers call them `line storms", since they demarcate the boundary line between summer and fall. THE DUTCH BLUE ERROR
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Used Occasionally. demarcate is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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