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Definition of Diarize
1. to keep a diary [v DIARIZED, DIARIZING, DIARIZES]
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Literary usage of Diarize
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1. The United States Magazine and Democratic Review (1842)
"... nonsense in them—no person could have been better fitted to diarize delightfully out of the rich materials afforded by her social position and career. ..."
2. Libraries and Founders of Libraries by Edward Edwards (1864)
"Henry's fondness for French literature has been repeatedly noticed, like his proneness to diarize. " He was," says Bacon, "a prince sad, serious, ..."
3. The Code of Civil Procedure of the State of New York by New York (State). (1907)
"... mu»1 grant an order discharging iho vessel, share, or ii claimed, from the attachment; whereupon the sheriff mils' diarize the same accordingly. ..."
4. Life of Joseph Green Cogswell as Sketched in His Letters by Joseph Green Cogswell (1874)
"... my organ of destructiveness became so protruding, that I feared I might be tempted to incen- diarize the Colleges, and so I started off one morning, ..."