Definition of ingeminate in English:

ingeminate

Line breaks: in|gem¦in|ate
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈdʒɛmɪneɪt
 
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verb

[with object] archaic
Repeat or reiterate (a word or statement), typically for emphasis: we must ask and ingeminate the inquiry, where is Burns?
More example sentences
  • Both Anand and Mili in their own way ingeminate the same message - death or the knowledge of it doesn't necessarily have to mean the end.
  • Ingeminating my pervious post is so much fun.

Origin

late 16th century (originally as engeminate): from Latin ingeminat- 'redoubled', from the verb ingeminare, from in- (expressing intensive force) + geminare (see geminate).

Phrases

ingeminate peace

Call repeatedly for peace.
More example sentences
  • He writes "ingeminating peace," deploring that the council was not a national synod, which would have been a better means of arriving at the truth.
  • And if in 1863 The Times was not alone in ingeminating peace, no other paper went so far as to assail the Poles with downright abuse.

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