Already, a mobilized citizen movement to advance voting reform is ready to push.
An eclectic mix of idealistic and opportunistic politicians and NGOs mobilized people against land acquisitions.
I mobilized to Bosnia, helping to end a civil war that claimed 350,000 lives and threatened the stability of Southeast Europe.
The international community needs to be mobilized more effectively in support of the effort.
In this case, though, the facts are so damning and discontent so mobilized that silence is unfeasible.
The governor of Illinois called out the state forces and mobilized them at Dixon.
As it was, the Municipal Police was mobilized at the urgent behest of the Maestro.
From the four French provinces of the Society 855 Jesuits were mobilized.
California mobilized citizen forces in cooperation with Nevada.
Many other nations have mobilized to defend their frontiers without declaring war.
mobilize mo·bi·lize (mō'bə-līz')
v. mo·bi·lized, mo·bi·liz·ing, mo·bi·liz·es
To make mobile or capable of movement.
To restore the power of motion to a joint.
To release into the body, as glycogen from the liver.