Ef*fig"i*ate\, v. t. [L. effigiatus, p. p. of effigiare to form, fr. effigies. See Effigy.] To form as an effigy; hence, to fashion; to adapt.

[He must] effigiate and conform himself to those circumstances. --Jer. Taylor.
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