Delignate

De┬Ělig'nate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Delignated ; present participle & verbal noun Delignating .] [ Prefix de- + Latin lignum wood.] 1. To clear or strip of wood (by cutting down trees). [ R.]
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Delignate

• (v. t.) To strip or remove the wood from; as, to delignate ramie, in the preparation of ribbons of the fiber for further working. • (v. t.) To clear or strip of wood (by cutting down trees).
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delignate

to remove wood from; to deprive of wood
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