Definition of Anglicizing

1. Verb. (present participle of anglicize) ¹



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Definition of Anglicizing

1. anglicize [v] - See also: anglicize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anglicizing

anglewitch
anglewitches
angleworm
angleworms
anglice
anglicise
anglicised
anglicises
anglicising
anglicisms
anglicization
anglicizations
anglicize
anglicized
anglicizes
anglicizing (current term)
anglified
anglifies
anglify
angling
anglings
anglist
anglists
anglo
anglo-saxondom
anglomania
anglomaniac
anglophil
anglophile
anglophobe

Literary usage of Anglicizing

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1. The History of the Church Missionary Society: Its Environment, Its Men and by Eugene Stock (1899)
"An Appeal from Jamaica —The Church of Ireland as a Native Church—No anglicizing! "For the perfecting of the faints, unto the work of ministering, ..."

2. Public Works in India: Their Importance. With Suggestions for Their by Arthur Cotton (1854)
"NECESSITY OF anglicizing THE SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT. Old Indian ideas the destruction of India. THERE is a great deal of talk now about the necessity of ..."

3. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1889)
"The anglicizing (or adoption of the English language by the mass of the people) of the western part of the district did not really begin until about the ..."

4. The Commonwealth of Nations: An Inquiry Into the Nature of Citizenship in by Lionel Curtis, The Round table (1918)
"Henceforward the feeling that Scotland might stab them in the back when struggling with France became the CHAP. V anglicizing influence of Queen Margaret in ..."

5. Letters of John Rust Eaton by Joseph Grégoire de Roulhac Hamilton, John Rust Eaton (1910)
"... equally essential was the anglicizing of his own name and many of the words and idioms be knew best. These tasks were difficult of achievement. ..."

6. A Handy Book of the Church of England by Edward Lewes Cutts (1892)
"... anglicizing of the Principality. Down to the fifteenth century Englishmen were habitually placed in the offices of power and dignity in the Welsh Church ..."

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