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Word of the Day 01/19/17 Crepitate

Crepitate (verb)
crepitate [krep-i-teyt]


verb (used without object), crepitated, crepitating.
1. to make a crackling sound; crackle.

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Origin: 1615-25; < Latin crepitātus, past participle of crepitāre to rattle, rustle, chatter, frequentative of crepāre; see -ate

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