synopsize

[si-nop-sahyz]
verb (used with object), synopsized, synopsizing.
to make a synopsis of; summarize.
Also, especially British, synopsise.


Origin:
1880–85; synops(is) + -ize

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synopsize or synopsise (sɪˈnɒpsaɪz)
 
vb
1.  to make a synopsis of
2.  (US) variants of epitomize
 
synopsise or synopsise
 
vb

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Example sentences
And at times it can synopsize the vectors of romance in the briefest of exchanges.
The purpose of this notice is to synopsize a proposed contract action.
He began to synopsize events of the past few days or weeks.
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