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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of humorize.
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Bad moral character shown in a way that humorizes and rewards it = 60 this and 30 that.
He to whom God had given rhetorical talent raises his glass, begs for silence, -- which at first he receives and later not receiving tries to assure for himself by his stentorian voice; -- and with a very serious face, utters very serious phrases: -- one is a master of grace, another of pathos: a third quotes from the classics, a fourth humorizes, and himself laughs at his success, while everybody finishes the scene with clinking of glasses, and embraces, to the accompaniment of clarion "hurrahs."