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hyponymizeTo make a word a hyponym, which means to add that word in a group of other words whose group is defined as a hyperonym.
hyperonymizeTo make a word a hyperonym, which means to create a term that includes other words (hyponyms) under it.
algidifyTo become algid.  To cause a person to acquire the characteristics of a medical condition in which the human body becomes affected by loss of strength, low blood pressure, and cold sweaty skin.
hiemalizeTo make wintry or give characteristics typicals of the winter or cold season.
preparapsychoanalyzeTo examine or treat a person in advance with psychoanalysis of phenomena considered to be parapsychology, like telepathy, clairvoyance etc. which are deemed fake by most scientists.
whippletreeifyTo turn something into a whippletree, especially a bar or rail to be suited and used as a whippletree.
hypermultioxymoronizeTo make poetries, poems, texts, and other kinds of writings (especially literature) excessively full of oxymoronic words many times.
hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobicSomeone or somebody who is fearful of long words.
acaulescentifyTo make a plant stemless or stalkless, to cut the stem or stalk of a plant, to remove the stalk or stem from a plant.
oneselfifyTo be oneself, to make oneself as the usual self, to act or behave according to one's principles, to be the normal way one is.

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an unpleasant or disastrous destiny
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