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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of adjectivize.

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Examples

  • Tucked safely away in my archive of bluely adjectivized emails from Andres, there's one in which he distinctly blew his colloquial top over the antics of a trans-Atlantic propagandist whose fixation with anything and everything negative about Venezuela was a bone gnawing on Andres 'sensibilities at that particular time.

    I think Izarra was referring to UK Channel 4's Sandra Jordan ... although it could quite as easily have Corina Machado!

  • Today is multisyllabic-noun-modified-by-multisyllabic-adjectivized-noun day here at NOTM, so please welcome to the blogroll Foxy Librarian, Suburban Guerilla, and Alabama's own Unlocked Wordhoard (thanks for the link).

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • "Mexican" - stylebooks require upper-case letters at the beginning of nationalities or movements even when adjectivized (Americanized, or Know Nothing-esque) and lower-case for races or peoples (

    Dallas Observer | Complete Issue

  • "Mexican" - stylebooks require upper-case letters at the beginning of nationalities or movements even when adjectivized (Americanized, or Know Nothing-esque) and lower-case for races or peoples (

    Dallas Observer | Complete Issue

  • "Mexican" - stylebooks require upper-case letters at the beginning of nationalities or movements even when adjectivized (Americanized, or Know Nothing-esque) and lower-case for races or peoples (

    Dallas Observer | Complete Issue

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