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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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His fancy, habitually moving about in worlds not realized, unrealizes everything at a touch.
Among My Books Second Series James Russell Lowell 1855
Thus the theorist (vide Dalton’s Theory), who reduces the chemical process to the positions of atoms, would doubtless thereby render chemistry calculable, but that he commences by destroying the chemical process itself, and substitutes for it a _mote dance_ of abstractions; for even the powers which he appears to leave real, those of attraction and repulsion, he immediately unrealizes by representing them as diverse and separable properties.
Hints towards the formation of a more comprehensive theory of life. Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1803