Definition of Impersonalize

1. Verb. (transitive) To make impersonal. ¹



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Definition of Impersonalize

1. [v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impersonalize

impermissibly
impermissive
impermissively
impermissiveness
imperscrutable
imperseverant
impersistence
impersonal
impersonal-subject
impersonal subject
impersonal subjects
impersonal verb
impersonal verbs
impersonalities
impersonality
impersonalize (current term)
impersonalized
impersonalizes
impersonalizing
impersonally
impersonate
impersonated
impersonates
impersonating
impersonation
impersonations
impersonator
impersonators
impersonification
impersonifications

Literary usage of Impersonalize

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1. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1912)
"We impersonalize ourselves more intensely rather than depersonalize ourselves. It is choosing between and executing deeds and it flourishes most not in ..."

2. The Negro in Chicago: A Study of Race Relations and a Race Riot by Chicago Commission on Race Relations (1922)
"Personally, I am able to impersonalize my relation to the situation, and experience no mental perplexities. I try to preserve a rational attitude in an ..."

3. Miscellaneous Writings, 1883-1896 by Mary Baker Eddy (1896)
"... or the impersonal form of Truth, amplified in this age by the discovery of Christian Science. To scientifically impersonalize ..."

4. Beethoven and His Forerunners by Daniel Gregory Mason (1904)
"He learned the lessons of sorrow as few men have ever learned them; temporal misfortune taught him to impersonalize his ideals, to turn to the eternal ..."

5. The Negro in Chicago: A Study of Race Relations and a Race Riot by Illinois Chicago Commission on Race Relations (1922)
"Personally, I am able to impersonalize my relation to the situation, and experience no mental perplexities. I try to preserve a rational attitude in an ..."

6. Formative Influences of Legal Development by Albert Kocourek, John Henry Wigmore (1918)
"To remedy this there was but one method: impersonalize credit and so minimize formality. The debtor promised to pay the original creditor or any assignee ..."

7. The Christian Science Journal by Mary Baker Eddy (1910)
"Thus the entire history of Christian Science is emphasizing the words of its Discoverer: "To impersonalize scientifically the material sense of ..."

8. Education and Living by Randolph Silliman Bourne (1917)
"... of symbolic quality; it was assertion against a stupid authority, a sort of blind resistance against the attempt of the schoolroom to impersonalize him. ..."

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