obelize

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ob·e·lize

 (ŏb′ə-līz′)
tr.v. ob·e·lized, ob·e·liz·ing, ob·e·liz·es
To mark or annotate with an obelus.

[Greek obelizein, from obelos, obelus.]
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obelize

(ˈɒbɪˌlaɪz) or

obelise

vb
(tr) to mark (a word or passage) with an obelus
[C17: from Greek obelizein]
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obelize


Past participle: obelized
Gerund: obelizing

Imperative
obelize
obelize
Present
I obelize
you obelize
he/she/it obelizes
we obelize
you obelize
they obelize
Preterite
I obelized
you obelized
he/she/it obelized
we obelized
you obelized
they obelized
Present Continuous
I am obelizing
you are obelizing
he/she/it is obelizing
we are obelizing
you are obelizing
they are obelizing
Present Perfect
I have obelized
you have obelized
he/she/it has obelized
we have obelized
you have obelized
they have obelized
Past Continuous
I was obelizing
you were obelizing
he/she/it was obelizing
we were obelizing
you were obelizing
they were obelizing
Past Perfect
I had obelized
you had obelized
he/she/it had obelized
we had obelized
you had obelized
they had obelized
Future
I will obelize
you will obelize
he/she/it will obelize
we will obelize
you will obelize
they will obelize
Future Perfect
I will have obelized
you will have obelized
he/she/it will have obelized
we will have obelized
you will have obelized
they will have obelized
Future Continuous
I will be obelizing
you will be obelizing
he/she/it will be obelizing
we will be obelizing
you will be obelizing
they will be obelizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been obelizing
you have been obelizing
he/she/it has been obelizing
we have been obelizing
you have been obelizing
they have been obelizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been obelizing
you will have been obelizing
he/she/it will have been obelizing
we will have been obelizing
you will have been obelizing
they will have been obelizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been obelizing
you had been obelizing
he/she/it had been obelizing
we had been obelizing
you had been obelizing
they had been obelizing
Conditional
I would obelize
you would obelize
he/she/it would obelize
we would obelize
you would obelize
they would obelize
Past Conditional
I would have obelized
you would have obelized
he/she/it would have obelized
we would have obelized
you would have obelized
they would have obelized
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obelized by Page; it had been corrected in [phrase omitted] by Isaac
Far from being inconsistent with his character, the final, obelized lines of that speech--in which Achilles voices the hope that he and Patroclus will be the only two survivors at the conclusion of the Trojan war--are not spoken "out of his heart" according to Chapman, but instead evince a jocularity that is "as poorely conceipted of the expungers as the rest of the places in Homer that have groned or laughed under their castigations" (346).
Whatever the true reading may be, it seems clear that `profundi' should be read, and `horrendis' obelized.(6)
180, 505).(11) So too Sappho's image of the tongue shattered by powerful emotion, which scholars have variously obelized or emended away ([GREEK TEXT OMITTED] fr.
It appears that someone compared this papyrus or its ancestor with a Vulgate text, did not find this line or found it obelized, and put the critical sign in the margin.
(28) This figure was arrived at by counting transportations, lacunae, places where an archetypal reading has been replaced by a conjecture, and obelized passages (an entire obelized line was counted as three corruptions, an obelized half-line as two, and, or course, a single obelized word as one).
The familiar crux in line 139, as obelized by Dawe,(2) disappears in the new Oxford Text,(3) whose editors accept the Triclinian reading [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Tyrrell and Purser report several scholars' suggestions ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], and [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), but prefer to leave the text obelized. On the same text Shackleton-Bailey comments, `Nothing worth record has been made of what follows in the MSS'.(2)
I print Beckby's and Buffiere's text ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Salmasius, [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] P; [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Jacobs, [[GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] P: a [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Toup, [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]-P), but I am aware of the textual shortcomings of the passage, which Gow and Page obelized, though conceding that `the first half of [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is evidently rightly corrected and its implication clear' (HE ii.