At all events, the protagonists were somewhat loth to utilise the dirigible upon an elaborate scale or in an aggressive manner.
Women have to learn to utilise every advantage of their nature, not one side only.
It is perfectly logical that a new doctrine should utilise the vital elements of other doctrines.
A strong, healthy-minded man could not utilise her best qualities.
In Algiers the mason-bees have been observed in this way to utilise empty snail-shells.
There is no other profession which is so able to absorb and utilise talents of every description.
He always asked to have those battalions sent him which everybody else declined, undertaking to utilise them.
Taking Berkeley simply as an instance, I will utilise him a little further.
We see by this that there is no need to create ports on the Parana, only to utilise or develop existing conditions.
He can utilise but he cannot dominate it, for he has not discovered its source.
1807, from French utiliser, from Italian utilizzare, from utile "usable," from Latin utilis "usable," from uti (see use (v.)).
Utilize is fast antiquating improve, in the sense of 'turn to account.' [Fitzedward Hall, "Modern English," 1873]