- the microphone italicizes every curdled top note
- —P. G. Davis
Examples of italicize in a Sentence
high-definition television italicizes every line and wrinkle in an actor's face
Recent Examples of italicize from the Web
In 2014, at Christie’s in New York, Ruscha’s 1963 Smash (that word, italicized and all caps, yellow on dark blue) was hammered down at $30.4 million.
The c is lower-case and italicized, as per the scientific notation for quickly light can move in a vacuum.
With the savage ironies of the Rondo-Burlesque, Salonen saw no need to italicize the bitter humor that Mahler makes perfectly clear on the page.
Both names are italicized as a foreign term based on Latin and Greek words and forms—for example, Quercus rubra, the red oak, or Mertensia virginiana, Virginia bluebells.
In one, a creamy pale yellow, the vessels appear slightly italicized by Wagner's oblique angle of view.
But the old energy is still there, the bucking head movements and the lunging, italicized delivery.
At times, her approach can be a tad too emphatic, the singer italicizing seemingly very gesture.
Huge May 2017 Bold, italicized name indicates AD at an FBS school; *Kido was named interim AD last month.
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ITALICIZE Defined for English Language Learners
: to put letters, numbers, etc., in italics : to print (text) in italics
ITALICIZE Defined for Kids
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