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
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.
Today’s information environment is increasingly atomized and persistently polarized.
The video replay has been argued about, slow-mo’d, super-slow-mo’d, atomized and picked apart with Zapruder-like focus.
Giesea, Cernovich, and Posobiec’s effort is notable as one of the first forays of the mostly atomized, online pro-Trump movement into standard electoral politics.
In their place, the idol of self will rule all, until nothing of our society is left but atomized individuals, self-righteously seeking to destroy everyone who gets in their way.
Someone is creating this national spirit of antagonism, atomizing our country into bitter political factions.
Think of the functions that take place within financial-services institutions as being sort of decomposed or atomized, and then re-solved in a new way using technology.
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First Known Use of atomize
medical Definition of atomize
- an atomized medicated powder
atomizationor British atomisation play \ˌat-ə-mə-ˈzā-shən\ noun
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