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in·tel·lec·tu·al·ize

or chiefly Brit  in*tel*lec*tu*al*ise  vt-ized  or chiefly Brit  -ised  -iz*ing  or chiefly Brit  -is*ing  1  :  to give rational form or content to  2  :  to avoid conscious recognition of the emotional basis of (an act or feeling) by substituting a superficially plausible explanation <conflicts that are intellectualized -L. E. Hinsie>  in*tel*lec*tu*al*iza*tion or chiefly Brit  in*tel*lec*tu*al*isa*tion  n 
 
 

 
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