individualize

[ in-duh-vij-oo-uh-lahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF individualize

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDIVIDUALIZE

To quote or to individualize would be to cheapen this vast offering.

It is the natural tendency of enlightenment to individualize.

As he had time to look around he began to individualize the men.

Some figures it is all but impossible to individualize without this means.

For the first and foremost effect of the tropics is to individualize things.

But after he has made them quintessential of a class, he must be careful also to individualize them.

The only sure rule is to individualize the cases and make an exact diagnosis.

To develop it is to individualize all that is best within you, and give it to the world.

He became so interested in them all as a whole that he could not individualize one.

Of course skill was needed to individualize the symbol, but that is what caricaturists propose to themselves.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s, "to point out individually;" see individual + -ize. From 1837 as "to make individual." Related: Individualized; individualizing.

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