Definition of Simonize

1. Verb. Polish with wax. "The motorcycle has been Simonized"

Exact synonyms: Simonise
Generic synonyms: Polish, Shine, Smooth, Smoothen
Derivative terms: Simoniz



Definition of Simonize

1. Verb. to polish something with a wax-like substance ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Simonize

1. to polish with wax [v -NIZED, -NIZING, -NIZES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Simonize

simon-pure
simon nitinol ivc filter
simonellite
simoniac
simoniacal
simoniacally
simoniacs
simonies
simonise
simonised
simonises
simonising
simonist
simonists
simonite
simonize (current term)
simonized
simonizes
simonizing
simonkolleite
simony
simoom
simooms
simoon
simoons
simorg
simorgs
simp
simpai
simpais

Literary usage of Simonize

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1. Maggie's Too by Paul E. Furdon (2001)
"'Would you like to have a simonize job done on the car? ... In those days, a simonize job on a car was done with wax out of a can, applied with cheese cloth ..."

2. The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine (1858)
"Nicholas III. required, as Dante makes him confess, "to enrich his whelps;" to simonize and ..."

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