Little knew Shakespeare of man's perfect power of motion which utilises all energy!
It does not appear to construct burrows, but utilises those of Mice.
The steam-engine is said to be a very imperfect machine which wastes more power than it utilises.
Whenever the composer has a chance he utilises it with rare skill.
The Indian swift, however, utilises all manner of material by way of economising its saliva.
Whether the bannik ever utilises the opportunity thus offered him of enjoying a comfortable scrub, tradition does not say.
But hesitating as appears Bergeret, he utilises his wife's treachery as a springboard from which to fly his miserable household.
In this as in other instances religion only utilises the ordinary qualities of human nature.
The sugar refinery near Sofia utilises the whole crop for local consumption.
Hume informs us the rufous-fronted wren-warbler (Franklinia buchanani) utilises a fungus as its cement.
1807, from French utiliser, from Italian utilizzare, from utile "usable," from Latin utilis "usable," from uti (see use (v.)).
Utilize is fast antiquating improve, in the sense of 'turn to account.' [Fitzedward Hall, "Modern English," 1873]