emerise

emerize

[em-uh-rahyz]
verb (used with object), emerized, emerizing.
to finish (fabric) with a cylinder covered with emery in order to make the raised nap even and give luster to the fabric.
Also, especially British, emerise.


Origin:
emer(y) + -ize

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