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Individualize   Listen
Individualize  v. t.  (past & past part. individualized; pres. part. individualizing)  
To mark as an individual, or to distinguish from others by peculiar properties; to invest with individuality; to give distinctive character to; to make distinctive; to enable differentiation from others of similar type; of properties of things. "The peculiarities which individualize and distinguish the humor of Addison."
To render (a product or service) suitable to each individual person by varying to some degree its characteristics; to personalize.
Synonyms: personalize, individualize, make personal, make more personal.
To consider individually; to mention each individual.

Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48

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"Individualize" Quotes from Famous Books

... restrained emotion. This surprised him, as did also the fact that almost every one of them was attractive and some of them were exceedingly pretty. He became so interested in them all as a whole that he could not individualize one. They were as widely different in appearance and temperament as women of any other class, but it seemed to Shefford that one common trait united them—and it was a strange, checked yearning for something that he could not ...
— The Rainbow Trail • Zane Grey

Words linked to "Individualize" :   individual, individualise, modify, personalize, secern, individualization, distinguish, differentiate, tell apart

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