Definition of Mobilize

1. Verb. Make ready for action or use. "Marshal resources"

Exact synonyms: Marshal, Mobilise, Summon
Generic synonyms: Collect, Garner, Gather, Pull Together
Derivative terms: Mobilisation, Mobilisation, Mobilization, Mobilization



2. Verb. Call to arms; of military personnel.
Exact synonyms: Call Up, Mobilise, Rally
Generic synonyms: Call, Send For
Derivative terms: Call Up, Mobilisation, Mobilisation, Mobilization, Rallying
Antonyms: Demobilize

3. Verb. Get ready for war.
Exact synonyms: Mobilise
Generic synonyms: Militarise, Militarize
Antonyms: Demobilise, Demobilize
Derivative terms: Mobilisation, Mobilization

4. Verb. Cause to move around. "Circulate a rumor"
Exact synonyms: Circulate, Mobilise
Causes: Move
Generic synonyms: Displace, Move
Derivative terms: Circulation, Circulation, Circulation

Definition of Mobilize

1. v. t. To put in a state of readiness for active service in war, as an army corps.

Definition of Mobilize

1. Verb. (transitive) To make something mobile. ¹

2. Verb. (transitive) To assemble troops and their equipment in a coordinated fashion so as to be ready for war. ¹

3. Verb. (intransitive) To become made ready for war. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Mobilize

1. to put into movement [v -LIZED, -LIZING, -LIZES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mobilize

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mobility scooter
mobility scooters
mobilizable
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mobilize (current term)
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moblike
mobling

Literary usage of Mobilize

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1. Community Readiness for Drug Abuse Prevention: Issues, Tips and Tools by Karol L. Kumpfer, Henry O. Whiteside, Abraham H. Wandersman, Elaine Cardenas (1998)
"Key Factor 5: Energy to mobilize and Sustain Prevention Activities An assessment of community readiness also can determine the ability of the community to ..."

2. The Cumulative Book Index by H.W. Wilson Company (1911)
"Longmans. mobilize both kidney and bowel; with 88 special illustrations and a colored frontispiece. O. 3p., 5-251p. »$3. '10. Mosby. 10-16694 Looking-glass. ..."

3. Roosevelt in the Kansas City Star: War-time Editorials by Theodore Roosevelt (1921)
"mobilize OUR MAN POWER DECEMBER 1, 1917 IT has been announced from Washington that, in view of the shortage of labor on the farms, there will be an effort ..."

4. Paris Reborn: A Study in Civic Psychology by Herbert Adams Gibbons (1915)
"... II PARIS ANSWERS THE CALL TO mobilize Sunday, midnight, August second. A MAN ought to be disgusted with himself for not waking until nine o'clock on the ..."

5. The Origins of the War by Raymond Poincaré (1921)
"by the subterfuges of Turkey, followed the lead of Montenegro and began to mobilize in turn. On October 1, 1912, >M. Jules Cambon (French Ambassador in ..."

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