verb (used with object), phys·i·cal·ized, phys·i·cal·iz·ing.
to express in physical terms; give form or shape to: The dancers physicalized the mood of the music.
Also especially British, phys·i·cal·ise.
Origin of physicalize
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You can physicalize your desire to probe and to confront and not allow someone to wriggle out of things.David Frost on Frost/Nixon
The Daily Beast
December 6, 2008