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ru·bri·cate

 (ro͞o′brĭ-kāt′)
tr.v. ru·bri·cat·ed, ru·bri·cat·ing, ru·bri·cates
1. To arrange, write, or print as a rubric: rubricate letters.
2. To provide with rubrics: rubricate a manuscript.

[Late Latin rūbrīcāre, rūbrīcāt-, to color red, from Latin rūbrīcātus, rubricated, from rūbrīca, rubric; see rubric.]

ru′bri·ca′tion n.
ru′bri·ca′tor n.

rubricate

(ˈruːbrɪˌkeɪt)
vb (tr)
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) to print (a book or manuscript) with red titles, headings, etc
2. to mark in red
3. to supply with or regulate by rubrics
[C16: from Latin rubricāre to colour red, from rubrīca red earth; see rubric]
ˌrubriˈcation n
ˈrubriˌcator n

ru•bri•cate

(ˈru brɪˌkeɪt)

v.t. -cat•ed, -cat•ing.
1. to mark or color with red.
2. to furnish with or regulate by rubrics.
[1560–70; < Late Latin rūbrīcātus, past participle of rūbrīcāre to color red, v. derivative of rūbrīc(a) red ocher (see rubric); see -ate1]
ru`bri•ca′tion, n.
ru′bri•ca`tor, n.

rubricate


Past participle: rubricated
Gerund: rubricating

Imperative
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Present
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Preterite
I rubricated
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we rubricated
you rubricated
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Present Continuous
I am rubricating
you are rubricating
he/she/it is rubricating
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Present Perfect
I have rubricated
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Past Continuous
I was rubricating
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he/she/it was rubricating
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Past Perfect
I had rubricated
you had rubricated
he/she/it had rubricated
we had rubricated
you had rubricated
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Future
I will rubricate
you will rubricate
he/she/it will rubricate
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Future Perfect
I will have rubricated
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he/she/it will have rubricated
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you will have rubricated
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Future Continuous
I will be rubricating
you will be rubricating
he/she/it will be rubricating
we will be rubricating
you will be rubricating
they will be rubricating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rubricating
you have been rubricating
he/she/it has been rubricating
we have been rubricating
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rubricating
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you will have been rubricating
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rubricating
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we had been rubricating
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Conditional
I would rubricate
you would rubricate
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Past Conditional
I would have rubricated
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we would have rubricated
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.rubricate - place in the church calendar as a red-letter day honoring a saint; "She was rubricated by the pope"
recognise, recognize - show approval or appreciation of; "My work is not recognized by anybody!"; "The best student was recognized by the Dean"
2.rubricate - furnish with rubrics or regulate by rubrics; "the manuscript is not rubricated"
format, arrange - set (printed matter) into a specific format; "Format this letter so it can be printed out"
3.rubricate - decorate (manuscripts) with letters painted red; "In this beautiful book, all the place names are rubricated"
artistic creation, artistic production, art - the creation of beautiful or significant things; "art does not need to be innovative to be good"; "I was never any good at art"; "he said that architecture is the art of wasting space beautifully"
illuminate - add embellishments and paintings to (medieval manuscripts)
4.rubricate - sign with a mark instead of a name
sign, subscribe - mark with one's signature; write one's name (on); "She signed the letter and sent it off"; "Please sign here"
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