verb (used with object), spir·it·u·al·ized, spir·it·u·al·iz·ing.
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The absurd extravagance of many attempts to “spiritualize” the latter should not blind us to the truth which they caricature.The Expositor's Bible: Colossians and Philemon
Therefore, if our conceptions of God are overwhelmed by what we know of nature, let us seek to enlarge and spiritualize them.The Book of Isaiah, Volume I (of 2)
George Adam Smith
God, as the absolute substance, is the absolute ideality, the infinite power to spiritualize all things.A History of Philosophy in Epitome
It requires a vast deal of refinement to spiritualize their large physical endowments.Our Old Home, Vol. 2
That consciousness tended rather to spiritualize his thought: we may say, it subdued him.