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.
Origin of stylize
styl·i·za·tion, nounstyl·iz·er, nounnon·sty·li·za·tion, nounnon·styl·ized, adjective
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Examples from the Web for stylize
“I know they stylize and overdramatize some of the fights…but ultimately it comes back to the story,” he says.Spartacus Hero Liam McIntyre’s Unlikely Rise into the Role|Adam Auriemma|January 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
(tr) to give a conventional or established stylistic form to
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