1. enclose in a capsule
  2. put in a short or concise form; reduce in volume
    capsulize the news
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How To Use capsulize In A Sentence

  • ‘A failed attempt to capsulize a feeling’ proclaim the liner notes to the much-anticipated debut album from Straylight Run, the Taking Back Sunday spin-off fronted by John Nolan.
  • Media Matters capsulized progressive outrage at the show's mindless echoing of anti-union Big Business talking points: Art Levine: While Morning Joe Crew Says All Unionized Business Fail, 1,000 Execs Endorse Pro-Union Bill
  • However, most prominent are The Star and The Voice which capsulize the happenings of the week.
  • capsulize the news
  • I've been learning so much, it's hard to capsulize it.
  • Andy later capsulized it all in his ‘15 minutes of fame’ quip - which at the time was almost paradoxical, but soon described more ‘celebs’ than you could shake a remote at.
  • His character cannot be capsulized in a sound bite.
  • Murray Street's ‘Rain on Tin’ was a euphoric rollercoaster ride that seemed to capsulize the band's entire career.
  • Best "capsulized", blunt, Marriage Advice I've ever seen Aish Weekly Articles
  • As the December 25 Time capsulized it, ‘A sizable number of critics, from law professors to some of the Court's own members, have attacked the ruling as… politically motivated.’
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