Definition of Singularizing

1. Verb. (present participle of singularize) ¹



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Definition of Singularizing

1. singularize [v] - See also: singularize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Singularizing

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

Literary usage of Singularizing

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1. The Reluctant Sheriff: The United States After the Cold War by Richard N. Haass (1997)
"... to help avoid a reemergence of Korean-Japanese tensions, and to avoid "singularizing" Japan as the only country in the area still hosting a large number ..."

2. Victorian Prose Masters: Thackeray--Carlyle--George Eliot--Matthew Arnold by William Crary Brownell (1901)
"No writer has ever achieved such distinction in singularizing ineptitude by the piquancy of his style. It came to vary directly with the varying temper ..."

3. Victorian Prose Masters: Thackeray--Carlyle--George Eliot--Matthew Arnold by William Crary Brownell (1901)
"No writer has ever achieved such distinction in singularizing ineptitude by the piquancy of his style. It came to vary directly with the varying temper that ..."

4. Victorian Prose Masters: Thackeray--Carlyle--George Eliot--Matthew Arnold by William Crary Brownell (1901)
"No writer has ever achieved such distinction in singularizing ineptitude by the piquancy of his style. It came to vary directly • with the varying temper ..."

5. Victorian Prose Masters: Thackeray--Carlyle--George Eliot--Matthew Arnold by William Crary Brownell (1901)
"No writer has ever achieved such distinction in singularizing ineptitude by the piquancy of his style. It came to vary directly with the varying temper that ..."

6. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1878)
"Its truth is this concrete oneness of subject and object, "Ye in me and I in you," this singularizing ..."

7. The Literary Movement in France During the Nineteenth Century by Georges Pellissier (1897)
"He possesses all the defects of a vulgar education, — the mania for singularizing himself, the passion for leading others, also the tactless habit of ..."

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