- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of materialize.
“Another vendor materializes from the far corner and rolls his hand truck over a piece of cardboard on the floor.”
“The White Rabbit materializes from a jigsaw puzzle and leads Betty Boop through the looking glass into Wonderland.”
“Brad Carson, it materializes, is an enrolled tribal member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.”
“A name materializes for Bill Pohlad's new film distribution company: Apparition”
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“Sadly, this victory if it ever materializes, that is does not seem to make the Hungarians any happier, perhaps because they are largely unaware of the battle.”
“And the way our crowd has it structured is, number one, they're going to save 20 percent of the money on the front end and put it into Medicare, as long as it materializes, which is good because when the baby boomers retire it's going to be hard to -- and we're going to keep paying the debt down as fast as we can, which I believe is good.”
“In one shot the rock is thrown, window shatters and then Levitt just kind of materializes out of the dark doorway, striding casually, but with purpose, shirt off, home-made tattoos on full display, and he grabs this 12 year old kid by the throat and pulls him into the house.”
“We do several good sets, but nothing really materializes.”
“If that outcome materializes, the prices of gasoline and heating oil are likely to flatten out fairly soon, and retail food prices are likely to continue rising briskly for only a few more months.”
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