Also especially British, vi·tal·ise.
Origin of vitalize
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Examples from the Web for vitalization
It appears to be identified, or at least connected immediately, with the vitalization of the body.
The vitalization of the evidence regarding these cults is M. Cumont's great contribution.The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism
Clearer teaching about social morality is fundamental, but the great need, after all, is the vitalization of morality.The Church and Modern Life</p>
They should be located and such use made of them as will mean the enrichment and vitalization of the work in related art.The Teaching of Art Related to the Home
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Solve it, and the forms will soon begin to adapt themselves to the process of vitalization.The Feast of St. Friend</p>
- (tr) to make vital, living, or alive; endow with life or vigour
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Word Origin and History for vitalization
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