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A soiling; defilement.— mac'u-la-to"ry, a' Sullying; defiling,— mac'u-la-turet, n.

Spotted; said of the surface of leaves and stems, referring to spots made by fungi.— mac' , ji-ltf' er-oiis* a. Designating an area of the skin that Is both dis- colored and papular.— mac'u-lose, a.

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An Irish admiral; first made Ma«cas 'sar, X me-kas'er , 2 ma-eas ar, fi. kassar, ma b'co, X mak'o; 2 in&c'o, n [It,] An 18th-century gam- mace from Macassar nutmeg.— M.

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