verb (used with object), i·tal·i·cized, i·tal·i·ciz·ing.
verb (used without object), i·tal·i·cized, i·tal·i·ciz·ing.
Origin of italicize
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Italicize the signatures of contributors to magazines, etc., when the names appear at the end of the article.The Uses of Italic|Frederick W. Hamilton
I italicize the word innumerable, as I use it in its exact value.What Shall We Do?|Leo Tolstoy
Mr. Courthope does not condescend to italicize his pun; but a swallow-tailed and adder-tongued pun like this must be paused upon.Love's Meinie|John Ruskin
We italicize the last foregoing words, to make readers see that Montaigne is not to be read for the truth of his instances.Classic French Course in English|William Cleaver Wilkinson
She did not italicize the repetition which she carefully made, sure that it would appeal to her brothers humor as it was.