verb (used with or without object), ac·cli·ma·tized, ac·cli·ma·tiz·ing.
Origin of acclimatize
Examples from the Web for acclimatise
Contemporary Examples of acclimatise
Harry will be given ten days to acclimatise to his surroundings, after which he will start co-piloting the helicopters.Party's Over, Harry!
September 7, 2012
Historical Examples of acclimatise
For this reason I have not attempted to acclimatise the word "pollution" in this country.The Sexual Life of the Child
M. Py told me he had tried to acclimatise the quail—in vain.South America To-day
It is occasionally possible to acclimatise a foreign custom.No Thoroughfare
Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins
I am aware that the attempt to acclimatise either animals or plants has been called a vain chimra.
His father had made a great fortune in the Siberian mines and was the first to acclimatise French vines in the Crimea.Memoirs of the Duchesse De Dino
Duchesse De Dino