Also especially British, in·di·vid·u·al·ise.
Origin of individualize
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Examples from the Web for individualize
To quote or to individualize would be to cheapen this vast offering.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete
Albert Bigelow Paine
It is the natural tendency of enlightenment to individualize.
As he had time to look around he began to individualize the men.The Eagle's Heart
Some figures it is all but impossible to individualize without this means.Talks on Writing English</p>
For the first and foremost effect of the tropics is to individualize things.The Pacific Triangle
- to make or mark as individual or distinctive in character
- to consider or treat individually; particularize
- to make or modify so as to meet the special requirements of a person
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Word Origin and History for individualize
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