[sab-uh-tahyz](often lowercase)
verb (used with object), Sab·ba·tized, Sab·ba·tiz·ing.
  1. to keep as the Sabbath.
Also especially British, Sab·ba·tise.

Origin of Sabbatize

1350–1400; Middle English sabbatisen < Late Latin sabbatizāre < Greek sabbatízein, equivalent to sábbat(on) Sabbath + -izein -ize
Related formsSab·ba·ti·za·tion, noun Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

Examples from the Web for sabbatize

Historical Examples of sabbatize

  • If they had met together to sabbatize, he, certainly, would have been with them.

  • To sabbatize is to rest from our own secular labors, and keep a season holy to God.