to make psychological investigations or speculations, especially those that are naive or uninformed.
- Also especially British, psy·chol·o·gise .
- psy·chol·o·giz·er, noun
- o·ver·psy·chol·o·gize, verb, o·ver·psy·chol·o·gized, o·ver·psy·chol·o·giz·ing.
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How to use psychologize in a sentence
Yet, however blithely he may psychologize these matters, he is wise enough to know that he is not a free man.Mince PieAuthor: Christopher Darlington MorleyRelease Date: October 10, 2004 [eBook #13694] | Christopher Darlington Morley
One can only psychologize viciously on the difference in point of view between a full man and an empty one.The Secrets of a Kuttite | Edward O. Mousley
I am outwardly calm, and too busy to psychologize much on the great end of this awful eternity.The Secrets of a Kuttite | Edward O. Mousley
You can't psychologize it out of us, even if we admit that it is bad.Cinderella Jane | Marjorie Benton Cooke
British Dictionary definitions for psychologize
to make interpretations of behaviour and mental processes
to carry out investigation in the field of psychology
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