Definitions

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  • v. To add volume (to something).

Etymologies

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volume +‎ -ize

Examples

  • His shampoos $18 each are made with certified-organic flower, root, and seed extracts, and they do just what they say: hydrate, volumize, and smooth.

    Avital Binshtock: Natural Beauty

  • We used to put electric heaters next to the mixer to speed up the process warmer eggs volumize faster.

    Cake Boss

  • At best, a shampoo or conditioner can help volumize hair a little bit by NOT weighing it down.

    The Beauty Brains

  • Oh, it's also possible that you could say shampoos volumize because they're getting dirt and oil off your hair that is weighing it down.

    The Beauty Brains

  • There is no real ingredient technology that can volumize hair from a shampoo or a conditioner.

    The Beauty Brains

  • Cover Girl's newest installment of it's popular LashBlast mascara, LashBlast Fusion, is meant to both volumize and lengthen lashes.

    Product Girl

  • OKG and L-glutamine to volumize muscle and prevent exercise induced catabolism.

    Wil's Ebay E-Store

  • It feels as though your skin can no longer contain your volumize muscle size, and is going to tear at any second - this is a feeling you will never experience with regular pre-workout nitric oxide products.

    Wil's Ebay E-Store

  • A moisturizing formula with MaxiLip ™ to volumize, these lippies will leave your smile looking full and radiant.

    Makeup Minute

  • The mascara does lengthen your lashes as advertised but does not volumize.

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