verb (used with object), a·pos·tro·phized, a·pos·tro·phiz·ing.
verb (used without object), a·pos·tro·phized, a·pos·tro·phiz·ing.
- apostolic succession,
- apostolic vicar,
- apothecaries weight,
- apothecaries' measure,
- apothecaries' weight,
- apothecary jar
Origin of apostrophize
Examples from the Web for apostrophise
It is this statue which immigrants, on their way to Ellis Island, are wont to apostrophise.American Sketches|Charles Whibley
He paused before the absurd epitome to apostrophise, wagged a finger at it, and got wag for wag.Little Novels of Italy|Maurice Henry Hewlett
But it's not worth your while to apostrophise me, or the air, about it; what you want to do, you do.A Tale of Two Cities|Charles Dickens
Finally he rushed to the door, from the threshold of which he began to apostrophise his friend with excited gestures.The Grandee|Armando Palacio Valds
But, what is this rubbing against me, as I apostrophise Madame Doche?Reprinted Pieces|Charles Dickens