Examples of atomize in a Sentence
this medication for athlete's foot is atomized so that it can be sprayed on from an aerosol can
Recent Examples of atomize from the Web
Modified intake ports and new, higher-pressure fuel injectors enhance fuel delivery to the cylinders and better atomize the gas for higher efficiency and torque.
Amateurs are flooding the internet; piracy has addled the once-dominant studios; production has atomized and scattered.
The showerhead atomizes water into millions of droplets, each with more surface area than a regular drop of shower water.
The faucets atomize water, breaking it into a fine mist that still comes out fast enough to clean hands, allowing lavatory-goers to use some 90 percent less.
There are brief bursts of Technicolor film scoring, atomized single-note tapestries, a conga line, a soft-edged funeral march and much more, each of which takes the stage for a few seconds before disappearing again.
Of course, previous efforts at regulating guns and limiting gun violence have collapsed as the news media have moved on, as individual groups atomized without consolidating into a mass movement.
This kind of local arrangement wouldn’t work in a larger or more atomized community.
This year the Grammys booked many passionately loved artists who are entirely unknown to baby boomers (Cardi B) and millennials (Emmylou Harris), showing us how atomized the music landscape is.
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medical Definition of atomize
- an atomized medicated powder
atomizationor British atomisation play \ˌat-ə-mə-ˈzā-shən\ noun
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