Also especially British, vi·tal·ise.
Origin of vitalize
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Examples from the Web for vitalize
His is the task to develop and vitalize these smothered faculties and potentialities.
You, in your own city, with your own teachers, can vitalize your elementary schools.The New Education
Thus only was it possible for him to quicken and vitalize his powers to their fullest.When Dreams Come True
There was a spiritual atmosphere in the place that did not vitalize her blood.Cast Adrift
T. S. Arthur
It is a plain question of your ability to choose, arrange and vitalize things.Atlantic Classics
- (tr) to make vital, living, or alive; endow with life or vigour
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Word Origin and History for vitalize
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