verb (used with object), mo·bi·lized, mo·bi·liz·ing.
verb (used without object), mo·bi·lized, mo·bi·liz·ing.
Origin of mobilize
Related Words for mobilizedassemble, organize, marshal, prepare, activate, propel, muster, gather, actuate, drive, impel, ready, rally, animate, circulate, catalyze
Examples from the Web for mobilized
Contemporary Examples of mobilized
When certain conditions improved for African-Americans, they mobilized around the knowledge that others had not.Dear GOP: Fix the Damn Justice System!
December 7, 2014
There were likewise people who could have mobilized actors, students, reform-minded Communists and even trade unionists.How Havel Inspired the Velvet Revolution
December 6, 2014
Egypt mobilized the majority of the Arab world in the defense of Kuwait, a vital contribution to U.S. diplomacy.Let's Get Real: Washington Can't Walk Away From Cairo
Frank G. Wisner
May 26, 2014
“We mobilized and went away as the third or fourth string on the bench,” Flynn says.Meet the Original 'Fighting Irish’
March 17, 2014
Already, a mobilized citizen movement to advance voting reform is ready to push.A Bipartisan Path to Fixing America’s Broken Elections
January 24, 2014
Historical Examples of mobilized
I would like to return to Paris, but the railway is mobilized.Ballads of a Bohemian
Robert W. Service
Troops were mobilized hurriedly, preparations rushed for warfare.Slaves of Mercury
A battle fleet was mobilized and rushed to the spot, but the city was impregnable.Islands of Space
John W Campbell
And the Militia can't be mobilized in anything less than a day.Ministry of Disturbance
Henry Beam Piper
Mobilized as nurses because you are friend of a friend of a deputy!The Backwash of War
Ellen N. La Motte
1833 in the military sense; 1838 as "render capable of movement, bring into circulation," from French mobiliser, from mobile "movable" (see mobile). Related: Mobilized; mobilizing.