Definition of Atomise

1. Verb. Spray very finely. "Atomize perfume"

Exact synonyms: Atomize
Generic synonyms: Spray
Derivative terms: Atom, Atomiser, Atomizer



2. Verb. Strike at with firepower or bombs. "Zap the enemy"
Exact synonyms: Atomize, Nuke, Zap
Generic synonyms: Bomb, Bombard
Derivative terms: Atomisation, Atomization, Nuke

3. Verb. Break up into small particles. "The fine powder had been atomized by air"
Exact synonyms: Atomize
Generic synonyms: Break Up, Fragment, Fragmentise, Fragmentize
Derivative terms: Atom, Atom, Atomisation, Atomiser, Atom, Atomization, Atomizer

Definition of Atomise

1. Verb. (alternative spelling of atomize) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Atomise

1. to atomize [v -ISED, -ISING, -ISES] - See also: atomize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Atomise

atomic wedgie
atomic weight
atomic weights
atomic winter
atomic winters
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atomically
atomician
atomicians
atomicism
atomicities
atomicity
atomics
atomies
atomisation
atomise (current term)
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atomistic psychology
atomistic theory
atomistical
atomistically

Literary usage of Atomise

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1. Oil Fuel: Its Supply, Composition, and Application by Sydney H. North (1905)
"It may be affirmed that the efficiency of the burner is simply proportionate to its power to atomise the oil and then to turn these minute particles of oil ..."

2. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"Its employment as fuel is being very rapidly developed, chiefly in burners which serve to atomise the liquid, either by direct application of pressure, ..."

3. Restituta: Or, Titles, Extracts, and Characters of Old Books in English by Egerton Brydges (1815)
"But that a Sun to us did rise Our fathers' hoary sin to atomise: And when the flowers display'd appear, To entertain the mounting ..."

4. Continuity: The Presidential Address to the British Association for 1913 by Oliver Lodge (1914)
"The irresistible impulse to atomise everything thus proves to be not merely a disease of the physicist: a deeper origin, in the nature of knowledge itself, ..."

5. Continuity: The Presidential Address to the British Association for 1913 by Oliver Lodge (1914)
"The irresistible impulse to atomise everything thus proves to be not merely a disease of the physicist: a deeper origin, in the nature of knowledge itself, ..."

6. The Book of prescriptions: Containing Upwards of 3000 Prescriptions by Henry Beasley (1883)
"1 9, atomise, gr. }. Gire a grain and a half, two or three times a day, to a child of five years. In Hooping-cough. ..."

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