verb (used with object), reg·u·lar·ized, reg·u·lar·iz·ing.
Related formsreg·u·lar·i·za·tion, nounreg·u·lar·iz·er, nounun·reg·u·lar·ized, adjective
Examples from the Web for regularise
Rivers tend to regularise their beds; they drain, rather than form lakes.The Beauties of Nature|Sir John Lubbock
The more we can regularise our commonplace activities by habit, the smoother our path and the more leisure we command.Windfalls|(AKA Alpha of the Plough) Alfred George Gardiner
Special chairs are kept for the dirty, who are placed at stated times upon conveniences in order to regularise their functions.Mentally Defective Children|Alfred Binet
Austrian guns have been in action for some days, and now it has been thought worth while to regularise the situation.A Journal From Our Legation in Belgium|Hugh Gibson
Trafford's little attempt to regularise his position-203- was as creditable to him as it was inevitably futile.Marriage|H. G. Wells