[ fi-nom-uh-nl-ahyz ]
/ fɪˈnɒm ə nlˌaɪz /
verb (used with object), phe·nom·e·nal·ized, phe·nom·e·nal·iz·ing. Philosophy.
to regard or interpret as a phenomenon.
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Also phe·nom·e·nize [fi-nom-uh-nahyz] /fɪˈnɒm əˌnaɪz/; especially British, phe·nom·e·nal·ise, phe·nom·e·nise.
Origin of phenomenalize
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Examples from the Web for phenomenalize
He tries to phenomenalize it, and thus resolve Substance and personality.
We fail when we try either positively to phenomenalize substance or to dispense with the superphenomenal abstraction.