Etymology
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carnalize (v.)
"despiritualize, sensualize," 1680s, from carnal + -ize. Related: Carnalized; carnalizing.
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organiser (n.)
chiefly British English spelling of organizer (q.v.); for spelling, see -ize.
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internalize (v.)
1856, American English, from internal + -ize. Related: Internalized; internalizing.
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summarize (v.)
1837, American English, from summary + -ize. Related: Summarized; summarizing.
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colonise (v.)

chiefly British English spelling of colonize; see also -ize. Related: Colonised; colonising.

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internationalise (v.)
chiefly British English spelling of internalize (q.v.). For spelling, see -ize. Related: Internationalisation.
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parasitize (v.)

in zoology, "infest as a parasite," 1880, from parasite + -ize. Related: Parasitized; parasitizing.

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victimize (v.)
1830, from victim + -ize. Related: Victimized; victimizing.
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vocalize (v.)
1660s, from vocal + -ize. Related: Vocalized; vocalizing.
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strategize (v.)
1874, from strategy + -ize. Related: Strategized; strategizing.
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