The rest is all the fantasy of the foolish, who love to generalise, till they cannot see the trees for the wood.
While perhaps to generalise these delights, a trundled organ tossed a ragtime.
In his novels this tendency to generalise has almost a distracting effect.
I look at a strong tendency to generalise as an entire evil.
He would run away from his own individual case, and generalise widely about some future time.
The universal man is no specialist, and has to generalise without his details.
A city can often generalise where a nation must particularise.
We cannot generalise concerning them, any more than we can generalise at home.
You cannot generalise from the actions of an individual as you may safely do in the case of a titlark or a gull or a donkey.
Now I go round it all, look into its details, generalise about its aspects.
generalize gen·er·al·ize (jěn'ər-ə-līz')
v. gen·er·al·ized, gen·er·al·iz·ing, gen·er·al·iz·es
To reduce to a general form, class, or law.
To render indefinite or unspecific.
To infer from many particulars.
To draw inferences or a general conclusion from.
To make generally or universally applicable.