Rusticate meaning

rŭstĭ-kāt
To go to or live in the country.
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To send to the country.
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(chiefly british) To suspend (a student) from a university.
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To cut or shape (masonry blocks) with deep-set joints and a rough-hewn face.
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To go to the country.
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To send to, or cause to live or stay in, the country.
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(brit.) To suspend (a student) temporarily from a university.
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To make (a person, etc.) rustic.
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To make or finish (masonry) in the rustic style.
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(UK) To suspend or expel from a college or university.
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To construct in a manner so as to produce jagged or heavily textured surfaces.
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To compel to live in or to send to the countryside; to cause to become rustic.
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(intransitive) To go to reside in the country.

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To live or stay in the country; lead a rural life.
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Origin of rusticate

  • Latin rūsticārī rūsticāt- from rūsticus rustic rustic

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition