apostrophise

apostrophize

[uh-pos-truh-fahyz] Rhetoric.
verb (used with object), apostrophized, apostrophizing.
1.
to address by apostrophe.
verb (used without object), apostrophized, apostrophizing.
2.
to utter an apostrophe.
Also, especially British, apostrophise.


Origin:
1605–15; apostrophe2 + -ize

unapostrophized, adjective
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apostrophize or apostrophise (əˈpɒstrəˌfaɪz)
 
vb
(tr) rhetoric to address an apostrophe to
 
apostrophise or apostrophise
 
vb

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