verb (used with object), com·prized, com·priz·ing.
Words nearby comprize
OTHER WORDS FROM comprizecom·priz·a·ble, adjectivecom·priz·al, noun
Examples from the Web for comprized
Athens was strong in her navy, which comprized 300 galleys, while the Spartan strength lay in her land forces.
The nautical part of the work is comprized in as few pages as possible.A Narrative of the Expedition to Botany Bay|Watkin Tench
Canada, as well as the United States, is comprized in Mr. Weld's travels.
But the subject is fruitful and will not be comprized in a smaller compass than seven or eight hundred verses.