Definition of Singularized

1. Verb. (past of singularize) ¹



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Definition of Singularized

1. singularize [v] - See also: singularize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Singularized

singular
singular form
singular matrix
singular they
singular value decomposition
singulare tantum
singularia tantum
singularise
singularist
singularists
singularitarian
singularitarians
singularities
singularity
singularize
singularized (current term)
singularizes
singularizing
singularly
singularness
singulars
singulative
singulatively
singulatives
singult
singultation
singultous
singults
singultus
sinh

Literary usage of Singularized

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1. The Philosophical Writings of Richard Burthogge by Richard Burthogge (1921)
"... so Individuated and singularized (as the Mosaical Spirit is supposed to be by a Congruous fit Body,) that Really it has other Affections and Properties, ..."

2. The Philosophical Writings of Richard Burthogge by Richard Burthogge (1921)
"... so Individuated and singularized (as the Mosaical Spirit is supposed to be by a Congruous fit Body,) that Really it has other Affections and Properties, ..."

3. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society by Massachusetts Historical Society (1900)
"The 3d, a worthy young man, not of her acquaintance, whom all lamented, Visitors, Professors, and students, but he had unfortunately too much singularized ..."

4. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society by Massachusetts Historical Society (1900)
"The 3d, a worthy young man, not of her acquaintance, whom all lamented, Visitors, Professors, and students, but he had unfortunately too much singularized ..."

5. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1850)
"250. Gavel-kind observed by the Irish till the 4th James I. 257. — The “fabulous and ingeniously singularized old Macha, whose antiquity the Irish ..."

6. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"The Russian cannot be singularized. You have to think of Russians, infinite in plurality, a slow-moving, ominous, imposing mass. They come in lines ten and ..."

7. New York Times Current History (1916)
"The Russian cannot be singularized. You have to think of Russians, infinite in plurality, a slow-moving, ominous, imposing mass. They come in lines ten and ..."

8. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1876)
"250. Gavel-kind observed by the Irish till the 4th James I. 257. — The " fabulous and ingeniously singularized old Macha, whose antiquity the Irish ..."

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