verb (used with object), grang·er·ized, grang·er·iz·ing.
to augment the illustrative content of (a book) by inserting additional prints, drawings, engravings, etc., not included in the original volume.
to mutilate (books) in order to get illustrative material for such a purpose.
Also, especially British, grang·er·ise.
Origin: 1880–85; Related forms
after James Granger
(1723–1776), English clergyman whose Biographical History of England
(1769) was arranged for such illustration; see -ize
is always a great word to know.
So is callithumpian. Does it mean: