Definition of Impersonalized

1. Verb. (past of impersonalize) ¹



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Definition of Impersonalized

1. impersonalize [v] - See also: impersonalize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impersonalized

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

Literary usage of Impersonalized

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1. The Contemporary Review (1872)
"... was with it materialized, spiritualized, impersonalized, validated, or dissolved. In the early physical philosophies soul is but life, inseparable from ..."

2. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1844)
"... 'fails if his characters become impersonalized. His plays are based entirely on pity. The wealthy or well-to-do bourgeois is supposed to reach out a ..."

3. Instigations of Ezra Pound: Together with an Essay on the Chinese Written by Ezra Pound, Ernest Francisco Fenollosa (1920)
"... about the socialistic up-lift or down-pull of smoke and machinery), Tailhade can move to personal satire, a personal satire impersonalized by its glaze ..."

4. Tuscan Cities by William Dean Howells (1891)
"... that when men had fairly got their passions and miseries impersonalized into allegory, they were in a state to enjoy themselves much better than before. ..."

5. The Chicago Produce Market by Edwin Griswold Nourse (1918)
"But the commission man is protected neither by distance nor by friendship; he is at once impersonalized and accessible. For the same reasons he is exposed ..."

6. Education for Business by Leverett Samuel Lyon (1922)
"Because industry has been impersonalized and the mechanics of associated effort in industry worked out in such large measure, it is today possible to ..."

7. Mazzini, and Other Essays by Henry Demarest Lloyd (1910)
"... and George the Thirds, more dangerous than the old kind because shrouded and impersonalized as no old tyrants ever were by the veil of the corporation. ..."

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