actualize[ ak-choo-uh-lahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF actualize
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACTUALIZE
They sought to actualize what their predecessors tried to symbolise.
Youve made it possible for us to actualize our greatest dream.
And seeking to actualize them again, we do but renew the crust.
Not to actualize the idea of the Church, only to strive after its actualization, is the task of a religious communion.
There must therefore be an external agent, itself actual, to actualize a potential.
Ceremonial deeds are used to actualize free contacts with Reality.
He could thus prove line-rotation without even being able to actualize in his experience such a rotation.
There is no special corporeal potentiality (to speak in Aristotelian language) which it is destined to actualize.
She has only to open her mouth and the innate aptitudes of air rush in to actualize her creative wish.
Nothing short of this could either satisfy God's affections or actualize His purposes in reference to the Church.