Definition of Polonise

1. Verb. To make Polish, as to custom, culture, language, or style of the Republic of Poland. ¹



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Definition of Polonise

1. polonize [v POLONISED, POLONISING, POLONISES] - See also: polonize

Polonise Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Polonise

polocyte
poloid
poloidal
poloidal divertor
poloidal field
poloidal field coil
poloidally
poloids
poloist
poloists
polonaise
polonaises
polonie
polonies
poloniferous
polonise (current term)
polonised
polonises
polonism
polonisms
polonium
polonium-210
poloniums
polonize
polonized
polonizes
polony
polos
poloxalene
poloxalkol

Literary usage of Polonise

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1. A Catalogue of the Manuscripts Preserved in the Library of the University of by Cambridge University Library (1856)
"SR Matis polonise Commissaries et Mag™"1. ... polonise Irse ... postulata SR M" polonise in Comitiis ..."

2. The Church and the Law by Robert William Dale, Society for the Liberation of Religion from State Patronage and Control (1884)
"... Documents are among them :— Libellus Supplex Angusto II, Regi polonise, etc. etc., ... in Religione Christiana in regno polonise et MD Lithuania), ..."

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