Alligate

Al·li·gate transitive verb [ Latin alligatus , past participle of alligare . See Ally .] To tie; to unite by some tie. « Instincts alligated to their nature. Sir M. Hale. »
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Alligate

• (v. t.) To tie; to unite by some tie.
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alligate

alligate 1. To tie together; to unite by some tie. 2. To attach; to bind.
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