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acerata Tweet Definition of acerata Like Definition of acerata on Facebook
adjective 
  1. Sharp? Sharpened?
Quotations
  • 1786: In the reign of Edward III. the price of a painted bow was 1s. 6d. that of a white bow 1s. a sheaf of arrows, if acerata, or sharpened, 1s. 2d. non acerata, or blunt 1s. — Francis Grose, A Treatise on Ancient Armour and Weapons, page 38.
Etymology: Latin?


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