Also systemize; especially British, sys·tem·a·tise.
Origin of systematize
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organize, order, articulate.
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Examples from the Web for systematize
"We need to systematize what we do for young women," said Carol Lancaster, dean of Georgetown's School of Foreign Service.The New Activism
November 5, 2009
And you will systematize life and bid it to remain on the level of the crowd.
To systematize our work, and calculate intelligently on probabilities.Chapters in Rural Progress
Kenyon L. Butterfield
Every young lady can systematize her pursuits, to a certain extent.A Treatise on Domestic Economy</p>
Catherine Esther Beecher
Did she philosophize it, systematize it, and write it down in a book?Christian Science
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
His work is to organize and systematize every step of the work in every department.
systemize, systematise or systemise
- (tr) to arrange in a system
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Word Origin and History for systematize
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