Definition of Apostrophized

1. Verb. (past of apostrophize) ¹



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Definition of Apostrophized

1. apostrophize [v] - See also: apostrophize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Apostrophized

apostolically
apostolicalness
apostolicities
apostolicity
apostolicness
apostosis
apostrophe
apostrophes
apostrophic
apostrophically
apostrophise
apostrophised
apostrophises
apostrophising
apostrophize
apostrophized (current term)
apostrophizes
apostrophizing
apostume
apostumes
aposymbioses
aposymbiosis
aposymbiotic
apotelesm
apotelesmatic
apotelesms
apotemnophilia
apotemnophobia
apothanasia
apothecarial

Literary usage of Apostrophized

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1. The Reliques of Father Prout by Francis Sylvester Mahony (1860)
"Come, let us have " Norval on the Grampian hills," or something or other. , Thus apostrophized, 0 Queen! I put my wits together ; and, anxious to contribute ..."

2. The English Illustrated Magazine (1890)
"The belief too that the left hand dining-room was in Herrick's mind when he apostrophized rare Ben Jonson in lines ..."

3. Historical Memoirs of My Own Time by Nathaniel William Wraxall (1815)
"In one of them, Stewart was thus apostrophized ; " Captain Keith, Captain Keith, : 'Keep your tongue in your teeth, ..."

4. Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest: With Anecdotes of by Agnes Strickland, Elizabeth Strickland (1843)
"... AT the epoch when Henrietta Maria was apostrophized by the ыо*1 popular poet of her day, ... apostrophized ..."

5. The Pharsalia of Lucan by Lucan (1853)
"The oracle is apostrophized by the Poet, 198-236. The soldiers of Caesar's party become mutinous, 237-261. Their threats and clamours for peace, 262-296. ..."

6. Journal of a Tour in Italy: And Also in Part of France and Switzerland by James Paul Cobbett (1830)
"The Rhone is said to be so called from the Latin rodere, to eat, or gnaw ; and hence this river has been apostrophized by PETRARCH, Rapido flume, ..."

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