revolutionize

[ rev-uh-loo-shuh-nahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF revolutionize

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That virtue applied to fencing should all but revolutionize the art.

Believe me, son, those were the days when they knew how to revolutionize.

Seven persons were too few to attempt to revolutionize an empire.

A tommyhawk for me and no mop to marcelle if I try to revolutionize Indiandom.

If it succeeds, it will revolutionize the economic life of the country.

"Right now I hope to revolutionize the field of astronomy with it," said Tom.

It was first necessary for him entirely to revolutionize the English stage.

I went to Washington that year, and proposed to revolutionize Texas.

But speaking of elevators, we are going to revolutionize all that.

Evidently he did not revolutionize to any very great extent.

WORD ORIGIN

1797, "to cause to undergo a (political) revolution;" see revolution + -ize. Transferred sense of "to change a thing completely and fundamentally" is first recorded 1799. Related: Revolutionized; revolutionizing.

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