Definition of Methodise

1. [v -DISED, -DISING, -DISES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Methodise

metho
metho-
methocarbamol
method
method acting
method actor
method of accounting
method of choice
method of fluxions
method of least squares
methodic
methodical
methodically
methodicalness
methodise (current term)
methodised
methodises
methodising
methodism
methodisms
methodist
methodistic
methodization
methodizations
methodize
methodized
methodizer
methodizers
methodizes

Literary usage of Methodise

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1. History of Greece by George Grote (1854)
"For it argues a considerable mental pro- ° gress when mental progress when men begin to methodise the ..."

2. History of Greece by George Grote (1851)
"... considerable gress when mental progress when men begin to methodise the P^ even though they do so on fictitious princi- P'eS) being as yet unprovided ..."

3. Memoirs of the Duke of Sully: Prime Minister to Henry the Great by Maximilien de Béthune Sully, Walter Scott (1877)
"... and the liberty of a compiler: he must carefully preserve the sense of his author, though he must abridge, transpose, and methodise his work. ..."

4. The Collected Writings of Edward Irving by Edward Irving (1865)
"Arminian style of it is threatening to methodise, or, as they phrase it, to evangelise : but I refuse the term, it ought to stand ..."

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