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orthographize

[ awr-thog-ruh-fahyz ]
/ ɔrˈθɒg rəˌfaɪz /
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verb (used with object), or·thog·ra·phized, or·thog·ra·phiz·ing.
to spell correctly or according to the rules of orthography.
verb (used without object), or·thog·ra·phized, or·thog·ra·phiz·ing.
to apply the rules of correct spelling.
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Also especially British, or·thog·ra·phise .

Origin of orthographize

First recorded in 1605–15; orthograph(y) + -ize
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