verb (used with object), val·or·ized, val·or·iz·ing.
Related formsval·or·i·za·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for valorization
The valorization project just described was the second of its kind, a former attempt having proved a failure.
This first valorization was abandoned in favor of the Sielcken plan, which the federal government ratified in July, 1908.
He proved his kingship by his masterful handling of valorization three years later.
The principle of valorization is generally conceded to be economically unsound, because it encourages overproduction.
The natural return to normal was much interfered with by speculation and valorization.