v. t.1.To invest with the privileges of a denizen; to naturalize.
[imp. & p. p. Indenizened ; p. pr. & vb. n. Indenizening.]
Words indenizened, and commonly used as English.
- B. Jonson.
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Chapter 2, '"A stranger borne To be indenizened with us, and made our owne": Samuel Daniels and the Naturalisation of Italian Literary Forms', describes Daniels's sophisticated engagement with his sources from his early Delia sonnets to his late pastoral Hymens Triumph.