verb (used without object), e·pis·to·lized, e·pis·to·liz·ing.
to write a letter.
verb (used with object), e·pis·to·lized, e·pis·to·liz·ing.
to write a letter to.
- epistolary novel,
Also especially British, e·pis·to·lise.
Origin of epistolize
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Examples from the Web for epistolize
Epistolize therefore first; flatter and sooth her with tender Lines.The Lovers Assistant, or, New Art of Love|Henry Fielding
Be so good as to give me a line on Mr. E.'s arrival, with some idea of his intended motions, that I may epistolize him.