Definition of Economised

1. Verb. (past of economise) ¹



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Definition of Economised

1. economise [v] - See also: economise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Economised

economic value of life
economical
economical with the truth
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economicalness
economick
economicly
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economics department
economics profession
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economies of scale
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Literary usage of Economised

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1. Prairie Farming in America: With Notes by the Way on Canada and the United by James Caird (1859)
"Labour economised by Steam. —• Quantity of Whisky produced. — Public Expenditure on Education. — Compared with England. — Rate of Taxation. ..."

2. The Geographical and Historical Dictionary of America and the West Indies by Antonio de Alcedo, George Alexander Thompson (1814)
"[economised, to increase the exertions of the ensuing year. Hence property was rapidly accumulated, and people from all parts were encouraged to try their ..."

3. Thoughts and Details on the High and Low Prices of the Thirty Years, from by Thomas Tooke (1824)
"SECTION V. Examination of the effect of the Bank Restriction on the economised Use of Money, and on the Facility of Credit. THESE circumstances are, in the ..."

4. The Control of Life by John Arthur Thomson (1921)
"The Biological Alternatives as regards Population: the Spawning Solution and economised Reproduction.—§ 3. Spencer's Generalisation as to Individuation and ..."

5. Field Works, Their Technical Construction and Tactical Application by Charles Booth Brackenbury (1888)
"... its rapidity, range, and penetration—Question of long range fire—Soldiers' energy to be economised—Machine gnus—Artillery, its range, penetration, ..."

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