Definition of Italicises

1. Verb. (third-person singular of italicise) ¹



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Definition of Italicises

1. italicise [v] - See also: italicise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Italicises

italianates
italianating
italianise
italianised
italianises
italianising
italianize
italianized
italianizes
italianizing
italic
italicisation
italicisations
italicise
italicised
italicises (current term)
italicising
italicization
italicizations
italicize
italicized
italicizes
italicizing
italick
italics
italophone
itas
itch
itch mite
itched

Literary usage of Italicises

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1. The Authorized Edition of the English Bible (1611): Its Subsequent Reprints by Frederick Henry Ambrose Scrivener (1884)
"... Hebrew article with the participle of the Niphal conjugation, and so in 1611 was printed in ordinary characters, the edition of 1638 wrongly italicises ..."

2. The Common School Controversy: Consisting of Three Letters of the Secretary by Horace Mann, Edward A. Newton (1844)
"He italicises the word "direct'' in the 23d section, and may mean that though the committees may not direct, they may furnish to be used books of a ..."

3. The Substance of the Argument Delivered Before the Judicial Committee of the by Archibald John Stephens (1872)
"It is remarkable, that the learned Judge italicises this passage—it being in direct ... His Lordship also italicises the following language of Seeker, viz. ..."

4. Journal by Chartered Insurance Institute (1897)
"... doubly wrong when he italicises " light insulation " to support his own argument in favour of lightly insulated twin conductors drawn into insulated ..."

5. Old Picture Books: Words of Good Counsel on the Choice and Use of Books by James Baldwin, Oakland Free Library, Alfred William Pollard (1902)
"In Herrick's 'No Bashfulness in Begging'— 'To get thine ends, lay bashfulness aside, Who fears to ask doth teach to be deny'a"— the line he italicises is ..."

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