- v. Simple past tense and past participle of capsulize.
“Best "capsulized", blunt, Marriage Advice I've ever seen”
“capsulized" and the blunt style leaves me wondering whether perhaps this piece ought to be a MUST for ALL boys & girls / men and women.”
“Media Matters capsulized progressive outrage at the show's mindless echoing of anti-union Big Business talking points:”
“He has seen all of his work capsulized into a short video loop, which may or may not really capture what he believes he's done his entire life.”
“World War II is too large a story to be capsulized in one effort, even by the talented Ken Burns, which he himself acknowledges.”
“Tastemakers can be capsulized as: "I like this, I don't like that, I'm hip so follow me.”
“Let's go to Deborah Feyerick, who has been following this story for us -- Deborah, have I capsulized this correctly?”
“He gave her a capsulized, edited version of what had happened; she disappeared for a moment, came back with her jacket and purse, and they walked out the door into the misting rain.”
“A song can, for instance, have movements, in the same way as a classical concerto, only capsulized.”
“I saw one thing today that I stopped and had our cameraman take a shot, because I found that it sort of capsulized what's going on here.”
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