Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun etc. See pluralization, etc.

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  • noun Alternative spelling of pluralization.

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

  • noun the act of pluralizing or attributing plurality to

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I still think meaning would warrant pluralisation in edited writing; “meanings of words” has a slightly pedantic feel, but it helps underline the point that words carry multiple mutable meanings.

    National Grammar Day 2010: Ten More Common Grammar Myths, Debunked « Motivated Grammar

  • Perhaps this is what is implied by the folk pluralisation of the word internet: It is a venue for the cornucopia of human converse.

    John Hodgman on "meh" - Waxy.org

  • The English language is inconsistent in its pluralisation of Latin words.

    Irish Blogs

  • The English language is inconsistent in its pluralisation of Latin words.

    Irish Blogs

  • A bad credit remortgage praiseworthily i pluralisation avarice the glottochronological resistor and for your wedge i polyglot obnoxiously of the radioactively ones.

    Rational Review

  • While individualisation says that every child must be taught in his/her way, pluralisation talks about teaching the important things and in a number of ways.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Il-Barrani to the pride of Brussels; from the manipulation of broadcasting to its pluralisation; from the arrogance of centralised power to its devolution through local councils, from extreme polarisation to a good measure of reconciliation ….

    timesofmalta.com

  • Il-Barrani to the pride of Brussels; from the manipulation of broadcasting to its pluralisation; from the arrogance of centralised power to its devolution through local councils, from extreme polarisation to a good measure of reconciliation ….

    timesofmalta.com

  • Il-Barrani to the pride of Brussels; from the manipulation of broadcasting to its pluralisation; from the arrogance of centralised power to its devolution through local councils, from extreme polarisation to a good measure of reconciliation ….

    timesofmalta.com

  • It allowed a 'second economy' to evolve; it allowed a process of cultural pluralisation to emerge, though of course it did not allow political pluralisation.

    Asian

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