from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Enclosed in or formed into a capsule.
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- adj. encased, closed in by a capsule
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Inclosed in a capsule, or as in a chest or box
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Inclosed in a capsule, or as in a chest or box. Also capsuled.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. enclose in a capsule
- adj. used of seeds or spores that are enclosed in a capsule
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It's been a while since I bothered to capsulate him, but his column for the Sunday Times is worth it because it proves -- as if there was any doubt -- that he is such a sanctimonious toady to the Bush administration.
To capsulate photojournalism: photojournalists tell stories with visual verbs.
Maureen Dowd made a couple of points that have cropped up elsewhere that seem to capsulate the core response from the left regarding the Schiavo case:
And what I have learned -- I could spend several hours talking to you about it but let me try to capsulate just very quickly.
It's a stream-of-consciousness outpouring that attempts to capsulate portions or fragments of the 'Haleigh Cummings' Homicide Case. '
We steam the placenta and dehydrate it and capsulate it.
All Sunday's loss did was capsulate everything that's been wrong with the 49ers this season.
A simple capsulate would be to say "If you worked for it, earned it, then you get to keep it."
In light of the large impact of our financials from the Microsoft settlement I would like to step back for a moment and capsulate these results to give you a better sense of our ongoing cash flows.
Remember that some additions and capsulate porches MUST be qualified with the municipality and hit authorisation to do so.