[ stahy-lahyz ]
/ ˈstaɪ laɪz /
verb (used with object), styl·ized, styl·iz·ing.
to design in or cause to conform to a particular style, as of representation or treatment in art; conventionalize.
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Also especially British, styl·ise.
OTHER WORDS FROM stylize
styl·i·za·tion, nounstyl·iz·er, nounnon·sty·li·za·tion, nounnon·styl·ized, adjective
Words nearby stylize
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Its face was a stylization of a human's, cleverly sculptured out of putty-colored plastic.The Status Civilization|Robert Sheckley
British Dictionary definitions for stylization
/ (ˈstaɪlaɪz) /
(tr) to give a conventional or established stylistic form to
Derived forms of stylizestylization or stylisation, nounstylizer or styliser, noun
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