Origin of sequestrate; from Late Latin sequestratus, past participle : see sequester
transitive verbse·ques·trat·ed, se·ques·trat·ing, se·ques·trates
Origin of sequestrateMiddle English sequestraten, from Latin sequestrare, sequestrat-, to give up for safekeeping; see sequester.
(third-person singular simple present sequestrates, present participle sequestrating, simple past and past participle sequestrated)
- To sequester.
- (mycology) Having enclosed underground or partially buried fruiting bodies, like a truffle.