Subtilize



verb (used with object), subtilized, subtilizing.
1.
to elevate in character; sublimate.
2.
to make (the mind, senses, etc.) keen or discerning; sharpen.
3.
to introduce subtleties into or argue subtly about.
4.
to make thin, rare, or more fluid or volatile; refine.
verb (used without object), subtilized, subtilizing.
5.
to make subtle distinctions or to argue subtly.
verb
1.
(transitive) to bring to a purer state; refine
2.
to debate subtly
3.
(transitive) to make (the mind, etc) keener

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