Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of socialize.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the act of meeting for social purposes

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I can count 4 gay friends, all ladies and all posters to this forum, and they all tell me there's a lot of gay folks here but the socializing is all done at home, there are no gay bars.

    Gay scene in San Miguel de Allende

  • Your arguments against these more successful teaching programs starts boiling down to "socializing" -- Yeah, that's something to be proud of, the "socializing" of public school kids, pregnancies, shootings, bullying, cat fights on utube, ..... if that's what you'd rather your kids mix with, be my guest, more room for those who want a brighter future for their kids in private schools.

    billingsgazette.com

  • My stomach turned at the idea of socializing with the "BP Network," as Hintze's Telegraph quote left the taste of vomit in my mouth.

    Jill Di Donato: Don't Hate Me Because I'm Beautiful

  • Democrats continue to persuade themselves that the party's problem is flawed candidates or poorly communicated messages, as White House spokesman Robert Gibbs conceded this week - because, presumably, the idea of socializing medicine is too nuanced and intellectually rigorous for the average voter to digest.

    Never Yet Melted

  • I'm not a church-goer, haven't been since grade 8, but the idea of socializing with neighbors on a weekend to grow and improve mutually is an attractive inspiration.

    Lindsay Mannering: Deadliest Catch: My Yoga Motion Into The Great Unknown

  • Although more popularly known as socializing forums, social networking sites also play a vital role in helping online as well as off line organizations achieve their business goals.

    WN.com - Articles related to Technology, social networking transforms giving

  • Many more Democrats continue to convince themselves that the party's problem is flawed candidates or poorly communicated messages, as White House spokesman Robert Gibbs conceded this week-because, presumably, the idea of socializing medicine is too nuanced and intellectually rigorous for the average voter to digest.

    Reason Magazine

  • Many more Democrats continue to convince themselves that the party's problem is flawed candidates or poorly communicated messages, as White House spokesman Robert Gibbs conceded this week -- because, presumably, the idea of socializing medicine is too nuanced and intellectually rigorous for the average voter to digest.

    RealClearPolitics - Homepage

  • I mean, Timothy Geithner yesterday laying out the $1 trillion plan of what many are calling socializing the debt and privatizing the profit.

    Democracy Now!

  • Need more shows that like it-shows that make us think, theorize with one another (also known as socializing), and always surprises us.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

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