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comprize

[ kuh m-prahyz ]
/ kəmˈpraɪz /
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verb (used with object), com·prized, com·priz·ing.

comprise.

Nearby words

compressively, compressor, compressure, comprimario, comprise, comprize, compromis, compromise, compromise joint, compromise of 1850, compromise rail
Related formscom·priz·a·ble, adjectivecom·priz·al, noun
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Examples from the Web for comprize

  • It is a vain attempt to comprize in rules and aphorisms all the various moral exigencies of life.

    The World's Great Sermons, Volume 5: Guthrie to Mozley|Various
  • In common language it is made to signify, both a moment and a number of years, consequently it does not comprize any stated time.

  • In common language, it is made to signify both a moment and a number of years, consequently it does not comprize any stated time.