Also especially British, cir·cu·lar·ise.
Origin of circularize
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Historical Examples of circularization
The Promotions Committee reported the circularization of the entire press and the legislators and a number of towns organized.
Other circularization, posting of towns at a specified date and newspaper publicity were pushed.
- to distribute circulars to
- to canvass or petition (people), as for support, votes, etc, by distributing letters, etc
- to make circular
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