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  1. simple past tense and past participle of Timonize
    • 1852, Herman Melville, Pierre:[1]
      And it may well be believed, that after the wonderful vital world-revelation so suddenly made to Pierre at the Meadows – a revelation which, at moments, in some certain things, fairly Timonized him – he had not failed to clutch with peculiar nervous detestation and contempt that ample parcel, containing the letters of his Biographico and other silly correspondents, which, in a less ferocious hour, he had filed away as curiosities.


  1. ^ Herman Melville, Pierre, 1852, chapter XVII "Young America in Literature", part III, p. 348.