Correct spelling for radiate

Medical definition of radiate:

1. To spread out in all directions from a center. 2. Radial ( 2).

Usage examples for radiate:

  • He tossed a small weight on it, and it remained fixed, but began to radiate slightly. "Invaders from the Infinite, – John Wood Campbell"
  • The whole of life then becomes a garden teeming with strange and wonderful secrets, and influences that flash and radiate passing on into some mysterious and fragrant gloom. "Where No Fear Was A Book About Fear, – Arthur Christopher Benson"
  • The warm air seemed to radiate about the house like a flame that is obscured by sunlight. "The Captives, – Hugh Walpole"
  • Sometimes the whole southern hemisphere would be covered with arches of a beautiful straw- colour, from which streamers would radiate both upwards and downwards, of a pure glittering white. "Old Jack, – W.H.G. Kingston"

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A method of diagnosis of pregnancy: with the tip of the forefinger in the vagina, a sharp tap is made against the lower segment of the uterus; the embryo, if present, is tossed upward, and if the finger is retained in place will presently be felt to strike against the wall of the uterus as it falls back. ...