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A woman, he told himself, should appear to us in a dream, or such a glory as may poetize her vulgarity.
When we talk of being invaded in the north, we poetize the idea of defense by the figure of defending our hearthstones.
VENETIAN LIFEWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
He may poetize fairly, and saw poorly; or he may saw fairly, and poetize poorly; or he may both saw and poetize indifferently.
SEX IN EDUCATIONEDWARD H. CLARKE
His maxim was “to poetize as he spoke, and to paint as he saw.”
All very well to poetize and maunder about in quiet Hazlewood; but, by Jove!
A woman, he told himself, should appear to us in dreams, or such a glory as may poetize her vulgarity.
PIERRE AND JEANGUY DE MAUPASSANT
It is necessary for everyone to poetize his sensations in order to comprehend them.
ADVENTURES IN THE ARTSMARSDEN HARTLEY
Her "Red" and "Yellow Lamas" preserve and poetize her mystery.
BEASTS, MEN AND GODSFERDINAND OSSENDOWSKI

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