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 apostrophize
So vivid was this impression, that it impelled him to apostrophize the statue.
He worshiped what he called thoughts, would rave about a thought in the abstract, apostrophize an uncaught idea.Home Again|George MacDonald
But Janet kept her ground, and continued to weep and wail and apostrophize the dead mother, or appeal to the orphan child.Cruel As The Grave|Mrs. Emma D. E. N. Southworth
Truly we might apostrophize Freedom in the words of the Hebrew prophet: "Who is this that cometh with her garments dyed in blood?"The Power of Womanhood, or Mothers and Sons|Ellice Hopkins
Often he would take this picture out and apostrophize it, just as he would the uncut gems that he always carried in his pockets.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 7|Elbert Hubbard