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  • verb British To make more like a poem; to use more flowery language.


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poetic +‎ -ise


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  • When Louise is not around, the narrator turns to medical texts and tries to poeticise them.

    Thoughts: Written on the Body fantasyecho 2006

  • Hopefully for this game I'll get some audience participation with players submitting their pictures or bios, and I will fictionalise/poeticise and use them in the game.

    The Guardian World News Keith Stuart 2011

  • Unhampered by my own inability to poeticise effectively I continued my turgid travels into my own private grief.

    unknown title 2009


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