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meth·od·ize

 (mĕth′ə-dīz′)
tr.v. meth·od·ized, meth·od·iz·ing, meth·od·iz·es
To reduce to or organize according to a method; systematize.

meth′od·i·za′tion (-ə-dĭ-zā′shən) n.
meth′od·iz′er n.
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methodize

(ˈmɛθəˌdaɪz) or

methodise

vb
(tr) to organize according to a method; systematize
ˌmethodiˈzation, ˌmethodiˈsation n
ˈmethodˌizer, ˈmethodˌiser n
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meth•od•ize

(ˈmɛθ əˌdaɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to reduce or arrange (something) according to a method.
[1580–90]
meth′od•iz`er, n.
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methodize


Past participle: methodized
Gerund: methodizing

Imperative
methodize
methodize
Present
I methodize
you methodize
he/she/it methodizes
we methodize
you methodize
they methodize
Preterite
I methodized
you methodized
he/she/it methodized
we methodized
you methodized
they methodized
Present Continuous
I am methodizing
you are methodizing
he/she/it is methodizing
we are methodizing
you are methodizing
they are methodizing
Present Perfect
I have methodized
you have methodized
he/she/it has methodized
we have methodized
you have methodized
they have methodized
Past Continuous
I was methodizing
you were methodizing
he/she/it was methodizing
we were methodizing
you were methodizing
they were methodizing
Past Perfect
I had methodized
you had methodized
he/she/it had methodized
we had methodized
you had methodized
they had methodized
Future
I will methodize
you will methodize
he/she/it will methodize
we will methodize
you will methodize
they will methodize
Future Perfect
I will have methodized
you will have methodized
he/she/it will have methodized
we will have methodized
you will have methodized
they will have methodized
Future Continuous
I will be methodizing
you will be methodizing
he/she/it will be methodizing
we will be methodizing
you will be methodizing
they will be methodizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been methodizing
you have been methodizing
he/she/it has been methodizing
we have been methodizing
you have been methodizing
they have been methodizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been methodizing
you will have been methodizing
he/she/it will have been methodizing
we will have been methodizing
you will have been methodizing
they will have been methodizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been methodizing
you had been methodizing
he/she/it had been methodizing
we had been methodizing
you had been methodizing
they had been methodizing
Conditional
I would methodize
you would methodize
he/she/it would methodize
we would methodize
you would methodize
they would methodize
Past Conditional
I would have methodized
you would have methodized
he/she/it would have methodized
we would have methodized
you would have methodized
they would have methodized
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methodize

verb
To arrange in an orderly manner:
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By that time he was "confin'd to teaching only the English tongue, writing, and accompts" (Saxon 1737 [2], iv), yet his work came from his devoting of his "vacant hours" to methodizing all his teaching knowledge, spanning more than two decades: "The following Pages [...] are what I have, for more than Twenty Years, used in my own School; and found by Experience their Usefulness, not only to my English Schollars; but to those, likewise, when I taught the Rudiments of the Latin Tongue" (iii-iv).
In a private diary, on the other hand, the journalist pays some attention to the arranging and methodizing his thoughts; for, supposing that it is intended for the writer's sole use, there are few who care to review even their own sentiments in absolute dishabille: But the Journal to Stella is as unconstrained as conversation the most intimate and familiar, nearly so, indeed, as thought itself.
In both it is a matter of "methodizing and correcting" reflections on common life.