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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of negativize.

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Examples

  • It is amazing how inclusive and accepting the males are in her class: here, for example, is a young man's vision of a future utopia which includes women in positions of power, where gender differences are not negativized because all women have D or double D breasts and scamper about in latex catsuits accessorized with corsets and weapons.

    Inside Mitchieville - May 18, 2008

  • In On Beauty we have two families, the Belseys and the Kippses, that are, as Jerome Belsey writes in one of his e-mails to his father, "negativized images" of one another.

    Zadie, Take Three

  • I think of it as the negativized image of our house sometimes.

    Excerpt: On Beauty by Zadie Smith

  • In On Beauty we have two families, the Belseys and the Kippses, that are, as Jerome Belsey writes in one of his e-mails to his father, "negativized images" of one another.

    Zadie, Take Three

  • In On Beauty we have two families, the Belseys and the Kippses, that are, as Jerome Belsey writes in one of his e-mails to his father, "negativized images" of one another.

    Zadie, Take Three

  • a little apprehensive in being caught in such excellently obese, but somewhat negativized, company:

    The Book of the Damned

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