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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of italicize.

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Examples

  • For example, here is a passage from a computer manual with the jargon italicized: “The RZ887-x current loop interface allows the computer to use a centronics blocked duplex protocol.

    jargon

  • On the other hand, the word italicized in the next example may well puzzle a good many readers without its hyphen; it has quite lately come into use in this country ( 'Chiefly U. S.' says the Oxford Dictionary, which prints the hyphen, whereas Webster does not), and is in danger of being taken at first sight for a foreign word and pronounced in strange ways.

    Hyphens.

  • As for the job of academia, if I’ve id-ed correctly the line of logic in italicized 1 & 2 in Comment #4 – you brought up Nietzsche’s Genealogy of Morals (?) – are you onboard for the SHIC?

    AGU Day 0: Restarting the Climate Conversation | Serendipity

  • This name italicized on a small slip of printed-paper and tucked into the brass holder, followed by the professor's office hours.

    Excerpt from De Imitatio Calembouri

  • Let me adopt Tart's technique and repeat the sentence he quotes from me, but with a different word italicized: "Tart also recognizes in his book (page 164) a clever method by which sender and receiver could have cheated…."

    Psi and Science

  • (The italicized was the context and the author's own article begins when it turns to regular font.)

    Jesus Creed

  • (The italicized was the context and the author's own article begins when it turns to regular font.)

    Jesus Creed

  • Here's one example, with the disputed-by-the-ninnies phrase italicized throughout: illegal aliens and certain Cuban nationals

    VDARE.com: Blog Articles

  • Here's one example, with the disputed-by-the-ninnies phrase italicized throughout: illegal aliens and certain Cuban nationals

    VDARE.com: Blog Articles

  • Here's one example, with the disputed-by-the-ninnies phrase italicized throughout: illegal aliens and certain Cuban nationals

    VDARE.com: Blog Articles

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