We naturally tend to materialise when we build up our several pictures; but we sin here, if at all, in the best of company.
Here is a chance which, with a little hustling on your part, will materialise.
They hated, beyond most good women, anything that seemed to materialise or lower the ideal.
But they did not materialise; the rule of Martial Law—bad to beat—remained unbeatable.
Who so fit to materialise reforms as the man who had conceived them?
But Kennedy was importunate and at last she consented to see if "John" would do some rapping, even if he could not materialise.
The consequence had been that that night had been one of nervous expectation of an attack which did not materialise.
I believe that fear—remorse—regret—may materialise into a very ghost at your elbow.
The strike of wives, as proposed by a weekly paper, did not materialise.
She waited an instant for these tints to materialise, but Miss Howe's smile slid discreetly into her wine-glass instead.