verb (used with object), sys·tem·a·tized, sys·tem·a·tiz·ing.
- systematic name,
- systematic phoneme,
- systematized delusion,
- systemic anaphylaxis,
- systemic availability
Origin of systematize
Examples from the Web for systematize
"We need to systematize what we do for young women," said Carol Lancaster, dean of Georgetown's School of Foreign Service.
Some attempt should be made to systematize the miscellaneous data obtained.Elementary Zoology, Second Edition|Vernon L. Kellogg
We had been dissatisfied for some time, but we had not leisure to communicate it and systematize our grievances.
Neither did he attempt to systematize the phenomena, or to subject them to any hypothetical explanation.
The savage has ideas too, but he can not put them together, he can not classify or systematize them.The Story of My Mind|M. M. Mangasarian
The studies here given serve to systematize the work and enable parents to see the logic of the plans.Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 10|Charles Herbert Sylvester