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ar·cha·ize

 (är′kē-īz′, -kā-)
v. ar·cha·ized, ar·cha·iz·ing, ar·cha·iz·es
v.tr.
To give an archaic quality or character to; make archaic.
v.intr.
To use archaisms, as in prose, to suggest the past.

ar′cha·iz′er n.

archaize

(ˈɑːkɪˌaɪz; -keɪ-) or

archaise

vb
(tr) to give an archaic appearance or character to, as by the use of archaisms
ˈarchaˌizer, ˈarchaˌiser n

archaize


Past participle: archaized
Gerund: archaizing

Imperative
archaize
archaize
Present
I archaize
you archaize
he/she/it archaizes
we archaize
you archaize
they archaize
Preterite
I archaized
you archaized
he/she/it archaized
we archaized
you archaized
they archaized
Present Continuous
I am archaizing
you are archaizing
he/she/it is archaizing
we are archaizing
you are archaizing
they are archaizing
Present Perfect
I have archaized
you have archaized
he/she/it has archaized
we have archaized
you have archaized
they have archaized
Past Continuous
I was archaizing
you were archaizing
he/she/it was archaizing
we were archaizing
you were archaizing
they were archaizing
Past Perfect
I had archaized
you had archaized
he/she/it had archaized
we had archaized
you had archaized
they had archaized
Future
I will archaize
you will archaize
he/she/it will archaize
we will archaize
you will archaize
they will archaize
Future Perfect
I will have archaized
you will have archaized
he/she/it will have archaized
we will have archaized
you will have archaized
they will have archaized
Future Continuous
I will be archaizing
you will be archaizing
he/she/it will be archaizing
we will be archaizing
you will be archaizing
they will be archaizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been archaizing
you have been archaizing
he/she/it has been archaizing
we have been archaizing
you have been archaizing
they have been archaizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been archaizing
you will have been archaizing
he/she/it will have been archaizing
we will have been archaizing
you will have been archaizing
they will have been archaizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been archaizing
you had been archaizing
he/she/it had been archaizing
we had been archaizing
you had been archaizing
they had been archaizing
Conditional
I would archaize
you would archaize
he/she/it would archaize
we would archaize
you would archaize
they would archaize
Past Conditional
I would have archaized
you would have archaized
he/she/it would have archaized
we would have archaized
you would have archaized
they would have archaized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.archaize - give an archaic appearance of character toarchaize - give an archaic appearance of character to; "archaized craftwork"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
Translations
arkaisere
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