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Definition of Choate

Choate

adjective

  • Choate is the unseen root word for inchoate which means not fully formed. Choate then means fully formed.

    Compare to mature.

    This art project is done and fully choate.

    Last edited on May 05 2017. Submitted by Dr. P.D. Fisher on May 05 2017.

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