materialize

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Alternative spelling of materialise
To cause to take physical form, or to cause an object to appear
To take physical form, to appear seemingly from nowhere
to take perceptible or substantial form
To invest with material characteristics; to make perceptible to the senses; hence, to present to the mind through the medium of material objects
If a person or thing materializes, they suddenly appear, after they have been invisible or in another place. Tamsin materialized at her side, notebook at the ready = appear
To regard as matter; to consider or explain by the laws or principles which are appropriate to matter
ma·teri·al·ize materializes materializing materialized in BRIT, also use materialise1. If a possible or expected event does not materialize, it does not happen. A rebellion by radicals failed to materialize
To cause to assume a character appropriate to material things; to occupy with material interests; as, to materialize thought
To appear as a material form; to take substantial shape
To make visable in, or as in, a material form; said of spirits
{f} realize; appear suddenly; become reality, become real; cause to appear, produce; regard as matter (also materialise)
To take form or to appear
{v} to reduce to a state of matter
come into being; become reality; "Her dream really materialized"
materialise
Alternative spelling of materialize
materialise
To take physical form, to appear seemingly from nowhere
materialise
To cause to take physical form, or to cause an object to appear
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The conversion of something into a physical form
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The conversion of energy into mass
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past of materialize
Materialization
Spirits are said to materialize when their faces or bodies temporarily come into view
actually materialize
actually come into being, become an actual fact
materialise
{f} realize; appear suddenly; become reality, become real; cause to appear, produce; regard as matter (also materialize)
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Alistair McLean: (1969) " ... he materialised a taxi out of nowhere
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come into being; become reality; "Her dream really materialized"
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L Picknett: Encyclopaedia of the Paranormal (1990) "The dead materialised in full form
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past of materialise
materialization
{i} act of giving form to something; process of coming into existence (also materialisation)
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when a gifted physical medium has abundance of ectoplasm, afterlife intelligences are able to reduce their vibrations to a level when they can be seen with physical eyes - see physical mediumship chapter 13, especially Mirabelli and Helen Duncan, chapter 14
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The act of materializing, or the state of being materialized
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an appearance in bodily form (as of a disembodied spirit)
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something that comes into existence as a result; "industrialism prepared the way for acceptance of the French Revolution's various socialistic offspring"; "this skyscraper is the solid materialization of his efforts"
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The apparent manifestation of spirits formed from the ectoplasm produced by mediums during a séance
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an appearance in bodily form (as of a disembodied spirit) the process of coming into being; becoming reality; "the materialization of her dream
materialization
the process of coming into being; becoming reality; "the materialization of her dream"
materializes
third-person singular of materialize
materializing
present participle of materialize
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