Definition of Institutionalise

1. Verb. Cause to be admitted; of persons to an institution. "He was committed to prison"

Exact synonyms: Charge, Commit, Institutionalize, Send
Generic synonyms: Transfer
Specialized synonyms: Hospitalise, Hospitalize
Derivative terms: Commitment, Committal, Institution, Institution, Institution



Definition of Institutionalise

1. Verb. (alternative spelling of institutionalize) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Literary usage of Institutionalise

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1. Energy Policies of IEA Countries by IEA Staff (2003)
"The government's proposal to institutionalise the power exchange and to develop it further can reduce new entrants' reliance on bilateral contracts for ..."

2. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1843)
"... the nature of the operation and the work, so it is, that by this institutionalise no clear conception seems, on this occasion, to have been entertained. ..."

3. A Social Theory of Religious Education by George Albert Coe (1917)
"... the great law of individual vitality, so ecclesiastical institutions can escape institutionalise only through the influence of an awakened commonalty. ..."

4. The Meaning of Education: Contributions to a Philosophy of Education by Nicholas Murray Butler (1915)
"... and avoiding the evils of both, lies that form of political and moral philosophy •which, for lack of a better term, may be called institutionalise! ..."

5. Henry Demarest Lloyd, 1847-1903, a Biography by Caroline Augusta Lloyd (1912)
"Through the ideals and programme of socialism he believed it possible to create this new state, to institutionalise the new ideals. Above all else socialism ..."

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