- v make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear
- v cause to form crystals or assume crystalline form
- v assume crystalline form; become crystallized
- v cause to take on a definite and clear shape
- s (used especially of fruits) preserved by coating with or allowing to absorb sugar
- A year ago, on the Hawaiian island of Maui where all four had rented beach houses, plans for a professional reunion were discussed, then crystalized after the success of the Dylan .
- The times have changed but their policies are crystalized.
- This isn't vital to what happened last night, but a comment from before finally crystalized for me.
- Barack Obama in Lompoc Record
If anything crystalized what this campaign is about, it was that right there,Obama said of Clinton's comment in the debate. "Some are thinking in terms of our constraints, and some are thinking about our limitless possibilities."
- Mark Foley in CTV.ca
In the statement, Foley said the "events that led to my resignation have crystalized recognition of my long-standing and significant alcoholism and emotional difficulties."
- Ahmed Aboul Gheit in USA Today
Without getting them together in one agreement, any talks over international forces cannot be crystalized,Aboul Gheit said.