insuccation

Insuccation

In`suc*ca"tion\, n. [L. insucare, insucatum, to soak in; pref. in- + succus, sucus, sap.] The act of soaking or moistening; maceration; solution in the juice of herbs. [Obs.] --Coxe.

The medicating and insuccation of seeds. --Evelyn.
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