Definitions

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  • verb UK Alternative spelling of crystallize.

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

  • verb cause to form crystals or assume crystalline form
  • verb make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear
  • verb cause to take on a definite and clear shape

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Examples

  • And somewhere deeper down another thought began to crystallise: if the business were successful he could do the same as Onerva.

    From: To steal her love, by Matti Joensuu

  • (Funny what can crystallise about your inner thoughts when you read a blog post that speaks to you.)

    Ten things to get over you

  • And somewhere deeper down another thought began to crystallise: if the business were successful he could do the same as Onerva.

    PETRONA

  • (Funny what can crystallise about your inner thoughts when you read a blog post that speaks to you.)

    Ten things to get over you

  • Blogger Steve Maclean, aged 31, explained: We're forming a space where people can come together and crystallise… what we think.

    A little bit of Ealing around St Paul's | Yvonne Roberts

  • (Funny what can crystallise about your inner thoughts when you read a blog post that speaks to you.)

    Weblogs

  • And somewhere deeper down another thought began to crystallise: if the business were successful he could do the same as Onerva.

    June 2009

  • And somewhere deeper down another thought began to crystallise: if the business were successful he could do the same as Onerva.

    Books

  • (Funny what can crystallise about your inner thoughts when you read a blog post that speaks to you.)

    February 2009

  • And somewhere deeper down another thought began to crystallise: if the business were successful he could do the same as Onerva.

    From: To steal her love, by Matti Joensuu

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