VERB
  1. break up into small particles
    the fine powder had been atomized by air
  2. spray very finely
    atomize perfume
  3. strike at with firepower or bombs
    zap the enemy
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How To Use atomize In A Sentence

  • I also answered for shooting and publishing centre nerve anatomize teaching materials of electronic edition.
  • Part of his genius as a writer is that he reminds us that we are not atomized, anonymous beings in modern life; we affect others in all kinds of ways, all the time.
  • It is more constructive, I think, while recognizing the persistent fallacy of an atomized human "individual," self-constructed, essentialized, pre-social, that we allow for the possibility of positive social change. Archive 2009-10-01
  • They'd be atomized before they got off two volleys.
  • Ladies, I beg of you: use a lighter hand with the atomizer.
  • Sure, there are plenty of fancy, organic home cleaning products, but frankly we just can't bear to spend big bucks on a purse-size atomizer of window cleaner.
  • She persisted with the disapproving atomizer -- tsk, tsk -- tsk, tsk. A DARKENING STAIN
  • It is atomized into small particles, which solidify very quickly.
  • His masterpiece is Rossetti and his Circle, published in 1922, which wickedly and wittily anatomizes the foibles of the Pre-Raphaelites.
  • Moreover, with big Colombian cartels broken up and many kingpins in U.S. jails, local participation in the trade has somewhat "atomized," said Salomon Kalmanovitz, an economist and former member of the Colombian Central Bank's board of directors. Drugs Fade in Colombian Economy
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