Definition of Dematerializing

1. Verb. (present participle of dematerialize) ¹



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Definition of Dematerializing

1. dematerialize [v] - See also: dematerialize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dematerializing

demasculinizing
demast
demasted
demasting
demasts
dematerialisation
dematerialise
dematerialised
dematerialises
dematerialising
dematerialization
dematerialize
dematerialized
dematerializes
dematerializing (current term)
dematiaceous
dematin
demaund
demaunde
demaunded
demaunder
demaunding
demaunds
demayne
demaynes
deme
demean
demeanance
demeane

Literary usage of Dematerializing

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1. The Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research by American Society for Psychical Research (1907)
"... risk her good name and reputation by playing such an extraordinary and daring trick, as that of apparently dematerializing her lower body and limbs. ..."

2. Spain and Portugal: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1901)
"... he has found the secret of so dematerializing them, partly through their gestures and partly through his handling of drapery, chiaroscuro, ..."

3. The Science of Thought by Friedrich Max Müller (1887)
"Materialist and Idealist philoso phers, Locke as well as Berkeley, are agreed on this point.1 Still the process of dematerializing varies considerably. ..."

4. Stelligeri, and Other Essays Concerning America by Barrett Wendell (1893)
"... would sometimes be unpleasantly affectionate in demeanor, and would often end by " dematerializing "—that is, by suddenly flopping down into nothing, ..."

5. The Cornerstone of Development: Integrating Environmental, Social, and by Jamie Schnurr, Susan Holtz (1998)
"dematerializing the economy. The first policy wedge, dematerialization, uncouples economic activity from matter—energy throughput. ..."

6. The Story of French Paintingby Charles Henry Caffin by Charles Henry Caffin (1911)
"The process corresponds to the dematerializing of the facts and contributes to the abstraction and spiritualized harmony of the ensemble. ..."

7. The Philosophy of Religion: A Critical and Speculative Treatise of Man's by George Trumbull Ladd (1905)
"... '-dematerializing process which would render it unassailable by death. Its doctrine is like that of Egypt, a species of conditional immortality. ..."

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