synopsize

[si-nop-sahyz]

verb (used with object), syn·op·sized, syn·op·siz·ing.

to make a synopsis of; summarize.

Nearby words

  1. synonyms,
  2. synonymy,
  3. synop.,
  4. synophthalmia,
  5. synopsis,
  6. synoptic,
  7. synoptic chart,
  8. synoptic gospels,
  9. synoptic meteorology,
  10. synoptist

Also especially British, syn·op·sise.

Origin of synopsize

First recorded in 1880–85; synops(is) + -ize

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British Dictionary definitions for synopsises

synopsize

synopsise

verb (tr)

to make a synopsis of
US variants of epitomize
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