individualize individualize  /ˌɪn dɪ ˈvɪ dʒu ə laɪz/


  1. (v) make or mark or treat as individual
  2. (v) make personal or more personal


  1. Before long, drivers began to individualize their steeds with fancy paint jobs and stainless-steel trim--to the point where the vehicles' origins have been almost entirely obscured.
  2. But Author Farrell's mealy prose and chronic inability to individualize scene and character muffle most of his stories.
  3. We've got an extremely long way to go before we can individualize this.


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  1. "The American people are not happy with incumbents across the board, and the election could come down to how we individualize these races," said House Democratic Caucus Chairman John Larson of Connecticut.
    on Jun 27, 2010 By: John Larson Source:

  2. "I don't think anyone would ever individualize your race and say you're this or that," Boller said. "You can be a great quarterback if you're purple or you're white or you're brown, it doesn't matter. I'm a quarterback who's been criticized...
    on Sep 19, 2007 By: Kyle Boller Source: Baltimore Sun

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