verb (used with object), an·a·lyzed, an·a·lyz·ing.
Origin of analyze
Examples from the Web for analyzing
Analyzing the ebb and flow of the race, Howie said Weiland has positive momentum but Rounds is collapsing.South Dakota's Bizarre Four-Way (Senate Election, That Is)|Ben Jacobs|October 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Analyzing his emotions he marveled at the condition he discovered.Ann Arbor Tales|Karl Edwin Harriman
Analyzing this document, Professor Erman concludes that the knowledge of the Egyptians was adequate to all practical requirements.A History of Science, Volume 1(of 5)|Henry Smith Williams
Analyzing himself, he was well aware that he would never possess a truly Christian spirit of humility and penitence.Against The Grain|Joris-Karl Huysmans
Analyzing the key phrases in Bryce's statement, we can best clarify the meaning of political self-determination.The Fair Play Settlers of the West Branch Valley, 1769-1784|George D. Wolf
Analyzing soils is sometimes of use, but usually has too much importance attached.Soil Culture|J. H. Walden
Word Origin and History for analyzing
c.1600, "to dissect," from French analyser, from analyse (see analysis). Literature sense is attested from 1610s; meaning in chemistry dates from 1660s. General sense of "to examine closely" dates from 1809; psychological sense is from 1909. Related: Analyzed; analyzing.