italicize

[ ih-tal-uh-sahyz, ahy-tal- ]SEE DEFINITION OF italicize
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ITALICIZE

Her movements were so rare that they might have been said to italicize her words.

In resolutions, italicize the word Resolved, but not the word Whereas.

I italicize the word innumerable, as I use it in its exact value.

He was a misanthrope, and to italicize his misanthropy he had made himself a juggler.

I italicize the heart of the phrase, because it is italicized in my memory.

She did not italicize the repetition which she carefully made, sure that it would appeal to her brothers humor as it was.

There is not any need to either quote or italicize the names of vessels, unless there would be doubt as to what the name means.

Mr. Courthope does not condescend to italicize his pun; but a swallow-tailed and adder-tongued pun like this must be paused upon.

Some papers and magazines quote magazines and italicize newspapers.

Italicize the signatures of contributors to magazines, etc., when the names appear at the end of the article.

WORD ORIGIN

"to print in italics" (for emphasis, etc.), 1795, from italic + -ize. Related: Italicized; italicizing.

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