Definition of Temporized

1. Verb. (past of temporize) ¹



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Definition of Temporized

1. temporize [v] - See also: temporize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Temporized

temporary tooth
temporary worker
tempore
temporin
temporins
temporise
temporised
temporiser
temporises
temporising
temporist
temporists
temporization
temporizations
temporize
temporized (current term)
temporizer
temporizers
temporizes
temporizing
temporizingly
temporo-
temporo-occipital
temporoauricular
temporofacial
temporofrontal tract
temporohyoid
temporomalar
temporomandibular
temporomandibular arthrosis

Literary usage of Temporized

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1. Historical Memoirs of My Own Time by Nathaniel William Wraxall (1815)
"Lord North, unable to resent, or to oppose the policy of Catherine by open force, temporized, and waited for more propitious times. ..."

2. A New General Biographical Dictionary by Hugh James Rose (1853)
"The feeble emperor, who had no will of his own, evaded or temporized, until Alaric in wrath led his army a second time against Rome, (409. ..."

3. University Addresses by William Watts Folwell (1909)
"or because the teacher lacked ability to stimulate them to action, the regents dallied and temporized, and gave the most important department in their care ..."

4. University Addresses by William Watts Folwell (1909)
"or because the teacher lacked ability to stimulate them to action, the regents dallied and temporized, and gave the most important department in their care ..."

5. The Earliest Letters of Charles Dickens: Written to His Friend Henry Kolle by Charles Dickens, Harry Bache Smith (1910)
"She temporized, and doubtless relished the cat-and-mouse game. Dickens was serious enough for two. " I hope," he writes to Kolle, " you will not make it ..."

6. The Cabinet History of England, Civil, Military and Ecclesiastical: From the by Charles MacFarlane (1855)
"... offered only a partial satisfaction for the past, and refused or temporized for the rest. Before taking any steps in fulfilment of his instructions, ..."

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