1. collect and study plants
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How To Use botanize In A Sentence

  • He did occasional odd jobs, puttered with fruitless inventions, commented wryly on the gaudy events of the day, botanized, talked with his father, wrote a few articles, and looked for a job. The Worldly Philosophers
  • She neither botanized, nor geologized, nor dissected. Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli
  • The bursting tree buds looked strangely familiar to those who had botanized among the garnishings of the fish course of a forty-cent dinner.
  • In these walks young master botanized and geologized his own father, and Sir Charles gave him a little politics, history, and English poetry, in return. A Terrible Temptation A Story of To-Day
  • George Crabbe used to go there and botanize, and lick the wounds inflicted by the scornful, bullying fishermen of Aldeburgh, who, having known him as a boy, scrubbing out barrels in the town, despised him, first as a doctor and later as their curate. Wildwood
  • Thus for the time being Schultes remained content to botanize in the hills around Huautla, focusing more on the plants than the people. One River
  • Yet Linnaeus was delighted with Osbeck's journal, which described novel plants, harbor boats filled with hundreds of ducks trained to come and go on command, and a populace with the nasty habit of throwing rocks at him while he botanized. Brotherhood of the Butterfly Net
  • Mrs.D. and I went out and botanized till a little after dinner time, and then she and I got into the wagon, packed my traps, took King, and bid Douglas adieu, and drove to Prince William. Leaves from Juliana Horatia Ewing's "Canada Home"
  • So my friend came down again, in his tourist capacity; put up at the same quarters, strolled about, fished a bit, botanized a bit, attended the adjourned inquest as a casual spectator, and -- abstracted the tobacco-box under the very noses of the police! Ravensdene Court
  • Isobel Hutchison, in her own eyes, was a Lady traveler who happened to have learned botany at a young age, then botanized from home in Scotland, to Iceland, Greenland, Alaska, northern Canada, and later the European Alps.
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