adæquate

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

ad- +‎ æquate

Adjective[edit]

adæquate (comparative more adæquate, superlative most adæquate)

  1. Archaic spelling of adequate.
    • 1655, Thomas Blake, The covenant sealed, or, A treatise of the sacraments of both covenants, polemicall and practicall: especially of the sacraments of the covenant of grace. In which, the nature of them is laid open, the adæquate subject is largely inquired into, respective to right and proper interest [], main title (Abel Roper):
      The covenant sealed, or, A treatise of the sacraments of both covenants, polemicall and practicall: especially of the sacraments of the covenant of grace. In which, the nature of them is laid open, the adæquate subject is largely inquired into, respective to right and proper interest []