transcendentalize

[ tran-sen-den-tl-ahyz, -suhn- ]
/ ˌtræn sɛnˈdɛn tlˌaɪz, -sən- /

verb (used with object), tran·scen·den·tal·ized, tran·scen·den·tal·iz·ing.

to cause to become transcendent.
to cause to become transcendental; idealize.

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Also especially British, tran·scen·den·tal·ise .

Origin of transcendentalize

First recorded in 1840–50; transcendental + -ize

OTHER WORDS FROM transcendentalize

tran·scen·den·tal·i·za·tion, noun
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