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- v. Present participle of carnalize.
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Davies, in the mean time, turning up the whites of his eyes, raved against so carnalizing a spiritual bond as to apply it to the protection of temporal goods.
The effect is grotesque, of a feline Tony Soprano brutalizing and carnalizing Carroll’s delicate surrealism.