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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of poetize.

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Examples

  • It is not man that has "poetized" the world, it is the world that has made a poet out of man, by infinite processes of evolution, precisely in the same way that it has shaped a rose and filled it with perfume, or shaped a nightingale and filled it with song.

    Vanishing Roads and Other Essays

  • The Countess had in the course of time poetized, as I may say, a thing which is at the antipodes to poetry — a manufacture.

    Honorine

  • The Countess had in the course of time poetized, as I may say, a thing which is at the antipodes to poetry — a manufacture.

    Honorine

  • We can readily conceive the sensation of freshness and delight with which a mind so essentially real, and so fundamentally serious, paradoxical as this may sound in connection with the name of the greatest mocker that has ever lived, would exchange the poetized astronomy of Fontenelle, excellently constituted as

    Voltaire

  • Instead of the sublime and beautiful; the near, the low, the common, was explored and poetized.

    The American Scholar

  • Though there were purchases to be made, they were by no means of a pressing nature, and but poorly filled up the vacancies of those strange, speculative days, — days surrounded by a shade of fear, yet poetized by sweet expectation.

    Two on a Tower

  • Kullianmull,394 indeed, though they poetized the pleasures of the flesh, would have been horrified could they have read the plays of Wycherley and

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton

  • This is why filial love and paternal love have been poetized, why the family is styled holy.

    The French Immortals Series — Complete

  • If he wrote to Bettine, then she has poetized [überdichtet] his letters, -- and she has not done even this well; we have in them

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 05, No. 30, April, 1860

  • In it is something of the reality poetized and seen through the eyes of an artist which characterizes the work of Eugene Delacroix.

    McClure's Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 2, January, 1896

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