Etymology
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sympathise (v.)
chiefly British English spelling of sympathize (q.v.); for suffix, see -ize. Related: Sympathised; sympathising.
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visualise (v.)
chiefly British English spelling of visualize. For suffix, see -ize. Related: Visualised; visualising; visualisation.
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obo 

also o.b.o., abbreviation of or best offer, by 1969 in for-sale classified ads.

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maximise (v.)

chiefly British English spelling of maximize. For suffix, see -ize. Related: Maximised; maximising; maximisation.

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dramatis personae 

"the characters in a play," Latin for "persons of a drama." From the genitive of Late Latin drama and the plural of persona.

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prioritise (v.)
chiefly British English spelling of prioritize. For suffix, see -ize. Related: Prioritised; prioritising; prioritisation.
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proselytise (v.)
chiefly British English spelling of proselytize (q.v.). For suffix, see -ize. Related: Proselytised; proselytising.
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stylist (n.)
1795 of writers distinguished for excellence or individuality of style; 1937 of hairdressers, from style (n.) + -ist.
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summarise (v.)
chiefly British English spelling of summarize; for suffix, see -ize. Related: Summarised; summarising; summarisation.
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fieldstone (n.)
stone found in fields, as used for buildings, 1797, from field (n.) + stone (n.).
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