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synopsize

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transitive verb syn·op·size \-ˌsīz\

Definition of synopsize

synopsized

synopsizing

  1. 1 :  epitomize

  2. 2 :  to make a synopsis of (as a novel)



Examples of synopsize in a sentence

  1. <before I agree to read the novel, could you at least synopsize its plot?>



1868

First Known Use of synopsize

1868


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