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stip·u·late1 / ˈstēpyəˌlāt/ • v. [tr.] demand or specify (a requirement), typically as part of a bargain or agreement: he stipulated certain conditions before their marriage| [as adj.] (stipulated) the stipulated time has elapsed. DERIVATIVES: stip·u·la·tion / ˌstipyəˈlāshən/ n. stip·u·la·tor / -ˌlātər/ n. stip·u·late2 • adj. Bot. (of a leaf or plant) having stipules.

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stipulate make a contract; specify or require as a condition XVII; make a demand for XVIII. f. pp. stem of L. stipulāri, of uncert. orig.; see -ATE3.
So stipulation XVI. — L.

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stipulate Having a stipule.

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