Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • intransitive verb To describe or express in poetry or in a poetic manner.
  • intransitive verb To write poetry.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Same as poetize.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb To make poetic, or express in poetry

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Kosice refers often to change: he makes his art for the future, to poeticize the world, to make people's lives more interesting and more beautiful.

    David Galenson: An Artistic Gem in Buenos Aires

  • Kosice refers often to change: he makes his art for the future, to poeticize the world, to make people's lives more interesting and more beautiful.

    David Galenson: An Artistic Gem in Buenos Aires

  • O'Neill may seethe, Miller lecture, Williams poeticize and Mamet swear -- but let's face it, America's great contribution to world theater has been the musical.

    "Showtime," Larry Stempel's history of Broadway musicals, reviewed by Lloyd Rose

  • O'Neill may seethe, Miller lecture, Williams poeticize and Mamet swear -- but let's face it, America's great contribution to world theater has been the musical.

    "Showtime," Larry Stempel's history of Broadway musicals, reviewed by Lloyd Rose

  • Kosice refers often to change: he makes his art for the future, to poeticize the world, to make people's lives more interesting and more beautiful.

    David Galenson: An Artistic Gem in Buenos Aires

  • When ballet was growing up in the 19th century, water was second only to air as the element of choice in which to poeticize the ways ballet's women moved.

    All Wet

  • After laughing moi butt off, of course I had to poeticize it -- lookit what mi hijo said!

    "MI MAMA ES MAYOR"

  • After laughing moi butt off, of course I had to poeticize it -- lookit what mi hijo said!

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • So I've been jotting down a list of words to poeticize, like "clawback" (which refers to the long-overdue efforts in the financial industry to take back (claw back) bonuses from bankers who created stupid financial deals such as those that have cratered several banks of late), or what actually started me thinking about this project over a decade ago: "numbers crunching."

    TRADING WALL STREET

  • So I've been jotting down a list of words to poeticize, like "clawback" (which refers to the long-overdue efforts in the financial industry to take back (claw back) bonuses from bankers who created stupid financial deals such as those that have cratered several banks of late), or what actually started me thinking about this project over a decade ago: "numbers crunching."

    Archive 2008-12-01

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