verb (used with or without object), An·gli·cized, An·gli·ciz·ing.
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Origin of Anglicize
OTHER WORDS FROM AnglicizeAn·gli·ci·za·tion, nounde-An·gli·cize, verb (used with object), de-An·gli·cized, de-An·gli·ciz·ing.half-An·gli·cized, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for anglicised
The word "Pantomime" could not, I may say here, have been Anglicised earlier than sometime during the seventeenth century.A History of Pantomime|R. J. Broadbent
The two then discuss the remarkable changes that have come about since the country determined to be Anglicised.The Secrets of a Savoyard|Henry A. Lytton
The country from Lige to Brussels wears the same Anglicised face—hedgerows and trees without any leading features.Before and after Waterloo|Edward Stanley
The anglicised form of his name was significant of the change that had taken place in his sentiments and sympathies.Fletcher of Madeley|Frederic W. Macdonald
Let me say, at once, to avoid misapprehension, that I refer here to the majority of the Anglicised versions of foreign libretti.The Operatic Problem|William Johnson Galloway