11 letter words ending in ize

Acclimatize (v. t.) To inure or habituate to a climate different from that which is natural; to adapt to the peculiarities of a foreign or strange climate; said of man, the inferior animals, or plants.

Achromatize (v. t.) To deprive of color; to make achromatic.

Agrarianize (v. t.) To distribute according to, or to imbue with, the principles of agrarianism.

Allotropize (v. t.) To change in physical properties but not in substance.

Alphabetize (v. t.) To arrange alphabetically; as, to alphabetize a list of words.

Alphabetize (v. t.) To furnish with an alphabet.

Americanize (v. t.) To render American; to assimilate to the Americans in customs, ideas, etc.; to stamp with American characteristics.

Anachronize (v. t.) To refer to, or put into, a wrong time.

Antipathize (v. i.) To feel or show antipathy.

Apotheosize (v. t.) To exalt to the dignity of a deity; to declare to be a god; to deify; to glorify.

Argumentize (v. i.) To argue or discuss.

Arterialize (v. t.) To transform, as the venous blood, into arterial blood by exposure to oxygen in the lungs; to make arterial.

Astrologize (v. t. & i.) To apply astrology to; to study or practice astrology.

Astronomize (v. i.) To study or to talk astronomy.

Battologize (v. t.) To keep repeating needlessly; to iterate.

Biographize (v. t.) To write a history of the life of.

Cardinalize (v. t.) To exalt to the office of a cardinal.

Catheterize (v. t.) To operate on with a catheter.

Catholicize (v. t. & i.) To make or to become catholic or Roman Catholic.

Cheverliize (v. i.) To make as pliable as kid leather.

Crystallize (v. t.) To cause to form crystals, or to assume the crystal

Crystallize (v. i.) To be converted into a crystal; to take on a crystal

Decarbonize (v. t.) To deprive of carbon; as, to decarbonize steel; to decarbonize the blood.

Decarburize (v. t.) To deprive of carbon; to remove the carbon from.

Defeudalize (v. t.) To deprive of the feudal character or form.

Defibrinize (v. t.) To defibrinate.

Demagnetize (v. t.) To deprive of magnetic properties. See Magnetize.

Demagnetize (v. t.) To free from mesmeric influence; to demesmerize.

Demephitize (v. t.) To purify from mephitic or foul air.

Demesmerize (v. t.) To relieve from mesmeric influence. See Mesmerize.

Democratize (v. t.) To render democratic.

Denarcotize (v. t.) To deprive of narcotine; as, to denarcotize opium.

Deoxygenize (v. t.) To deoxidize.

Depauperize (v. t.) To free from paupers; to rescue from poverty.

Desilverize (v. t.) To deprive, or free from, silver; to remove silver from.

Devulgarize (v. t.) To free from what is vulgar, common, or narrow.

Dichotomize (v. t.) To cut into two parts; to part into two divisions; to divide into pairs; to bisect.

Dichotomize (v. t.) To exhibit as a half disk. See Dichotomy, 3.

Dichotomize (v. i.) To separate into two parts; to branch dichotomously; to become dichotomous.

Disorganize (v. t.) To destroy the organic structure or regular system of (a government, a society, a party, etc.); to break up (what is organized); to throw into utter disorder; to disarrange.

Disthronize (v. t.) To dethrone.

Emblematize (v. t.) To represent by, or as by, an emblem; to symbolize.

Encarnalize (v. t.) To carnalize; to make gross.

Etherealize (v. t.) To convert into ether, or into subtile fluid; to saturate with ether.

Etherealize (v. t.) To render ethereal or spiritlike.

Etymologize (v. t.) To give the etymology of; to trace to the root or primitive, as a word.

Etymologize (v. t.) To search into the origin of words; to deduce words from their simple roots.

Europeanize (v. t.) To cause to become like the Europeans in manners or character; to habituate or accustom to European usages.

Exauthorize (v. t.) To deprive of uthority.

Exauthorize (v. t.) To deprive of authority.

Extemporize (v. i.) To speak extempore; especially, to discourse without special preparation; to make an offhand address.

Extemporize (v. t.) To do, make, or utter extempore or off-hand; to prepare in great haste, under urgent necessity, or with scanty or unsuitable materials; as, to extemporize a dinner, a costume, etc.

Externalize (v. t.) To make external; to manifest by outward form.

Familiarize (v. t.) To make familiar or intimate; to habituate; to accustom; to make well known by practice or converse; as, to familiarize one's self with scenes of distress.

Familiarize (v. t.) To make acquainted, or skilled, by practice or study; as, to familiarize one's self with a business, a book, or a science.

Formularize (v. t.) To reduce to a forula; to formulate.

Genealogize (v. i.) To investigate, or relate the history of, descents.

Gutturalize (v. t.) To speak gutturally; to give a guttural sound to.

Hispanicize (v. t.) To give a Spanish form or character to; as, to Hispanicize Latin words.

Historicize (v. t.) To record or narrate in the manner of a history; to chronicle.

Histrionize (v. t.) To act; to represent on the stage, or theatrically.

Hospitalize (v. t.) To render (a building) unfit for habitation, by long continued use as a hospital.

Hydrogenize (v. t.) To combine with hydrogen; to treat with, or subject to the action of, hydrogen; to reduce; -- contrasted with oxidize.

Hyperbolize (v. i.) To speak or write with exaggeration.

Hyperbolize (v. t.) To state or represent hyperbolically.

Hypostasize (v. t.) To make into a distinct substance; to conceive or treat as an existing being; to hypostatize.

Hypostatize (v. t.) To make into, or regarded as, a separate and distinct substance.

Hypostatize (v. t.) To attribute actual or personal existence to.

Immethodize (v. t.) To render immethodical; to destroy the method of; to confuse.

Immortalize (v. t.) To render immortal; to cause to live or exist forever.

Immortalize (v. t.) To exempt from oblivion; to perpetuate in fame.

Immortalize (v. i.) To become immortal.

Impatronize (v. t.) To make lord or master; as, to impatronize one's self of a seigniory.

Imperialize (v. t.) To invest with imperial authority, character, or style; to bring to the form of an empire.

Materialize (v. t.) To invest with material characteristics; to make perceptible to the senses; hence, to present to the mind through the medium of material objects.

Materialize (v. t.) To regard as matter; to consider or explain by the laws or principles which are appropriate to matter.

Materialize (v. t.) To cause to assume a character appropriate to material things; to occupy with material interests; as, to materialize thought.

Materialize (v. t.) To make visable in, or as in, a material form; -- said of spirits.

Materialize (v. i.) To appear as a material form; to take substantial shape.

Memorialize (v. t.) To address or petition by a memorial; to present a memorial to; as, to memorialize the legislature.

Mohammedize (v. t.) To make conformable to the principles, or customs and rites, of Mohammedanism.

Muscularize (v. t.) To make muscular.

Mythologize (v. i.) To relate, classify, and explain, or attempt to explain, myths; to write upon myths.

Mythologize (v. i.) To construct and propagate myths.

Naphthalize (v. t.) To mingle, saturate, or impregnate, with naphtha.

Nationalize (v. t.) To make national; to make a nation of; to endow with the character and habits of a nation, or the peculiar sentiments and attachment of citizens of a nation.

Nitrogenize (v. t.) To combine, or impregnate, with nitrogen or its compounds.

Orientalize (v. t.) to render Oriental; to cause to conform to Oriental manners or conditions.

Paladiumize (v. t.) To cover or coat with palladium.

Parallelize (v. t.) To render parallel.

Peculiarize (v. t.) To make peculiar; to set appart or assign, as an exclusive possession.

Personalize (v. t.) To make personal.

Philologize (v. i.) To study, or make critical comments on, language.

Phosphorize (v. t.) To phosphorate.

Plebeianize (v. t.) To render plebeian, common, or vulgar.

Prochronize (v. t.) To antedate.

Prodigalize (v. i.) To act as a prodigal; to spend liberally.

Prodigalize (v. t.) To expend lavishly.

Proselytize (v. t.) To convert to some religion, system, opinion, or the like; to bring, or cause to come, over; to proselyte.

Proselytize (v. i.) To make converts or proselytes.

Protoxidize (v. t.) To combine with oxygen, as any elementary substance, in such proportion as to form a protoxide.

Pythagorize (v. i.) To speculate after the manner of Pythagoras.

Rationalize (v. t.) To make rational; also, to convert to rationalism.

Rationalize (v. t.) To interpret in the manner of a rationalist.

Rationalize (v. t.) To form a rational conception of.

Rationalize (v. t.) To render rational; to free from radical signs or quantities.

Rationalize (v. i.) To use, and rely on, reason in forming a theory, belief, etc., especially in matters of religion: to accord with the principles of rationalism.

Rebarbarize (v. t.) To reduce again to barbarism.

Recarbonize (v. t.) To restore carbon to; as, to recarbonize iron in converting it into steel.

Reforestize (v. t.) To convert again into a forest; to plant again with trees.

Reformalize (v. i.) To affect reformation; to pretend to correctness.

Religionize (v. t.) To bring under the influence of religion.

Sanctuarize (v. t.) To shelter by means of a sanctuary or sacred privileges.

Schismatize (v. i.) To take part in schism; to make a breach of communion in the church.

Scruou-lize (v. t.) To perplex with scruples; to regard with scruples.

Seigniorize (v. t.) To lord it over.

Siderealize (v. t.) To elevate to the stars, or to the region of the stars; to etherealize.

Singularize (v. t.) To make singular or single; to distinguish.

Skeletonize (v. t.) To prepare a skeleton of; also, to reduce, as a leaf, to its skeleton.

Sluggardize (v. t.) To make lazy.

Socinianize (v. t.) To cause to conform to Socinianism; to regulate by, or imbue with, the principles of Socinianism.

Soliloquize (v. i.) To utter a soliloquy; to talk to one's self.

Standardize (v. t.) To reduce to a normal standard; to calculate or adjust the strength of, by means of, and for uses in, analysis.

Synchronize (v. i.) To agree in time; to be simultaneous.

Synchronize (v. t.) To assign to the same date or period of time; as, to synchronize two events of Greek and Roman history.

Synchronize (v. t.) To cause to agree in time; as, to synchronize the movements of different machines; to synchronize clocks.

Systematize (v. t.) To reduce to system or regular method; to arrange methodically; to methodize; as, to systematize a collection of plants or minerals; to systematize one's work; to systematize one's ideas.

Tautologize (v. i.) To repeat the same thing in different words.

Theosophize (v. i.) To practice theosophy.

Tranquilize (v. t.) Alt. of Tranquillize

Tropologize (v. t.) To use in a tropological sense, as a word; to make a trope of.

Unauthorize (v. t.) To disown the authority of; to repudiate.

Unfeudalize (v. t.) To free from feudal customs or character; to make not feudal.

Unmechanize (v. t.) To undo the mechanism of; to unmake; as, to unmechanize a structure.

Unsolemnize (v. t.) To divest of solemnity.

Unvulgarize (v. t.) To divest of vulgarity; to make to be not vulgar.

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Mark McCracken

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