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a·cu·mi·nate

 (ə-kyo͞o′mə-nĭt, -nāt′)
adj.
Tapering gradually to a sharp point, as the tips of certain leaves.
tr.v. (-nāt′) a·cu·mi·nat·ed, a·cu·mi·nat·ing, a·cu·mi·nates Archaic
To sharpen or taper.

[Latin acūminātus, past participle of acūmināre, to sharpen, from acūmen, acuteness; see acumen.]

a·cu′mi·na′tion n.
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