American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To express as or reduce to a formula; formulate.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To reduce to a formula; formulate; express in precise or systematic form.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To reduce to a forula; to formulate.
- v. express as a formula
“Ly, who holds a master's degree in hospitality management from Australia's Griffith University and doesn't involve himself in the kitchens, was the first to formularize a recipe that can be transferred to franchisees.”
“When believers have to formularize in set words their hazy notions of the feelings and conditions of souls in bliss, they make but a lame business of it; and nothing that the dear woman could propound, keeping on the side of orthodox spirituality, carried comfort or conviction to Leam.”
“Such of these principles as the Council found expedient at present to formularize, were set forth by it in "The Dogmatic Constitution of the Catholic Faith.”
“But though we cannot formularize reasons, we have instincts; and sometimes instinct sees more clearly than reason.”
“Banks should also formularize a right structure and regulators would suggest changes if they fail to provide a proper and convincing structure on their own.”
“To formularize it would be to kill it … or something like that.”
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