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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of euphonize.
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Irish patronymic Shea was euphonized into Shays, as a set-off for the debasing of French _chaise_ into _shay_, was more dangerous than that of
She suffered the change of her unpronounceable name, being euphonized as "Césarine," smilingly, but life at home in a demure and tranquil suburb little suited the young meteor who had flashed across Germany.
Nevertheless we admit that the initial _en_ would have euphonized but badly with the word
This gave it the name of Rag Street, euphonized into Ray Street since 1774.
I don’t think my comment was helpful, but I will point out that you have euphonized Scalia’s position.