Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • v. To record (events) in a diary.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To record in a diary; write a diary.

Etymologies

diary +‎ -ize (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • They don’t tend to diarize, and increasingly they are locking down their personal sites.

    October 2008

  • So let's diarize your comment and throw it back at them when they try!

    Harper And Other Assorted War Mongers Owe An Apology

  • But I want to diarize what I'm doing to continue to morph and shape my body I am running a marathon in October, and I am aiming for a 4-pack and a lunge-induced pancake butt makeover by Christmas and so I resolve to write there more often.

    blog: Working on my Fitness

  • I diarize certain points for the blog as I notice them.

    Juckes Omnibus « Climate Audit

  • Pat Cleary deputized a "shadow" to diarize her exits and entrances.

    The Voice on the Wire

  • But a time when college administrations have embraced Twitter as a strategic tool, it no longer seems implausible that a university president would also diarize in 140-character bursts on the public Web.

    USATODAY.com News

  • The trade off is we diarize the Rangers game on Monday, which we weren't really planning on.

    Interchangeable Parts

  • I found that if I didn't set time aside to blog (and to effectively diarize it) that I simply didn't do it (or struggled to).

    ProBlogger Blog Tips

  • But that urge to preserve the past has always driven me to diarize, to preserve the past, to stretch the now like a thin piece of crepe so that the past shines through it and illuminates it.

    Bub and Pie

  • They don’t tend to diarize, and increasingly they are locking down their personal sites.

    2008 IASL Conference -2

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