diarize

diarise

/ (ˈdaɪəˌraɪz) /

verb

to make use of a diary to record past events or those planned for the future

Nearby words

  1. diapsid,
  2. diarbekr,
  3. diarch,
  4. diarchy,
  5. diarist,
  6. diarrhea,
  7. diarrhetic,
  8. diarrhoea,
  9. diarthric,
  10. diarthrodial cartilage

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Examples from the Web for diarize

  • Pat Cleary deputized a "shadow" to diarize her exits and entrances.

    The Voice on the Wire|Eustace Hale Ball


Word Origin and History for diarize

diarize

v.

1842; see diary + -ize. Related: Diarized; diarizing.

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