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verb as in incorporate within one's self

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Closed-book exams could be used to test whether students have internalized this basic knowledge.

Every investor interviewed for this piece stressed that the technologies have matured, the market is now ripe for these companies, and the hard-won lessons from the last bust have been internalized.

But, she said, “I’ve always had this notion my nails always had to be done, or I wasn’t professional,” adding, “Maybe it’s a weird internalized sexism thing.”

From Vox

Rory Gilmore is the girl who internalized at a very young age the ideas that she wasn’t enough for her father to stick around for and that she was the reason her mother’s life went off the rails.

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Brands have internalized the need to prepared to turn on a dime, and have learned that’s an asset even in more predictable times.

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Sadly, some impressionable young listeners will internalize this “advice.”

Being bullied makes people internalize their feelings and beliefs.

It would just be nice if he could internalize that not all government benefits are handouts or are equal.

Some couples who have been early to marry and early to divorce may “internalize an unwarranted sense of guilt or shame.”

To feel shame for the actions of other Jews is to internalize this kind of anti-Semitism.

It was difficult to internalize in an environment both objective and external.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to internalize, such as: embody, incarnate, incorporate, personalize, attribute, and impute.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.