Also especially British, meth·od·ise.
Origin of methodize
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Examples from the Web for methodize
I went to London, and attempted to methodize my plans of vengeance.Pelham, Complete
You may enlarge on these short Heads, and methodize 'em as you see good.The Storm
I had a hard task in hand to begin the first part hereof, and much labour I underwent to methodize it as it is.William Lilly's History of His Life and Times
Everything wore a sombre, heavy air—even the men seemed born to methodize on some one object.The Adventures of My Cousin Smooth
That what was done in France was a wild attempt to methodize anarchy; to perpetuate and fix disorder.
- (tr) to organize according to a method; systematize
Word Origin and History for methodize
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