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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of poeticize.

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Examples

  • Although it's well-acted and ably poeticizes the brutality of gang life, "Oedipus el Rey" does resort too heavily to urban cliches about turf wars and manly codes of honor.

    Theater review: 'Oedipus el Rey' at Woolly Mammoth

  • Although it's well-acted and ably poeticizes the brutality of gang life, "Oedipus el Rey" does resort too heavily to urban cliches about turf wars and manly codes of honor.

    Theater review: 'Oedipus el Rey' at Woolly Mammoth

  • Namjoo then poeticizes the humiliation of Iranians and the people of the developing world with such phrases as "that they the powers place your hands on your head, that they don't consider you to exist, that they don't let you play in the game, that they mock you."

    Touraj Daryaee: Mohsen Namjoo: A New Music and Poetry for Modern Iran

  • Namjoo then poeticizes the humiliation of Iranians and the people of the developing world with such phrases as "that they the powers place your hands on your head, that they don't consider you to exist, that they don't let you play in the game, that they mock you."

    Touraj Daryaee: Mohsen Namjoo: A New Music and Poetry for Modern Iran

  • Namjoo then poeticizes the humiliation of Iranians and the people of the developing world with such phrases as "that they the powers place your hands on your head, that they don't consider you to exist, that they don't let you play in the game, that they mock you."

    Touraj Daryaee: Mohsen Namjoo: A New Music and Poetry for Modern Iran

  • Namjoo then poeticizes the humiliation of Iranians and the people of the developing world with such phrases as "that they the powers place your hands on your head, that they don't consider you to exist, that they don't let you play in the game, that they mock you."

    Touraj Daryaee: Mohsen Namjoo: A New Music and Poetry for Modern Iran

  • Namjoo then poeticizes the humiliation of Iranians and the people of the developing world with such phrases as "that they the powers place your hands on your head, that they don't consider you to exist, that they don't let you play in the game, that they mock you."

    Touraj Daryaee: Mohsen Namjoo: A New Music and Poetry for Modern Iran

  • Namjoo then poeticizes the humiliation of Iranians and the people of the developing world with such phrases as "that they the powers place your hands on your head, that they don't consider you to exist, that they don't let you play in the game, that they mock you."

    Touraj Daryaee: Mohsen Namjoo: A New Music and Poetry for Modern Iran

  • In certain highly developed litera - tures, and especially in certain epochs, the poet merely uses an established convention: the language, so to speak, poeticizes for him.

    LITERATURE AND ITS COGNATES

  • The Thin Red Line where Terence Malick (quoting WWII novelist James Jones) poeticizes the essence of wartime heartache when a soldier stuck in the South Pacific received a classic

    New York Press

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