variolate

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variolate

 [var´e-o-lāt]
1. having the nature or appearance of smallpox.
2. to inoculate with smallpox virus.

var·i·o·late

(var'ē-ō-lāt),
1. To inoculate with smallpox.
2. Pitted or scarred, as if by smallpox.

variolate

/va·ri·o·late/ (var´e-o-lāt)
1. having the nature or appearance of smallpox.
2. to inoculate with smallpox virus.

variolate

(vâr′ē-ə-lāt′, văr′-)
adj.
Having pustules or marks like those of smallpox.
tr.v. vario·lated, vario·lating, vario·lates
To inoculate with the smallpox virus.

var·i·o·late

(var'ē-ō-lāt, -lăt)
1. To inoculate with smallpox.
2. Pitted or scarred, as if by smallpox.