victimise
British variant of victimize

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • victimise — (Brit.) v. discriminate against, exploit, persecute; make a victim of; cheat, swindle; slay as or like a sacrificial victim; punish unfairly (also victimize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • victimise — /ˈvɪktəmaɪz / (say viktuhmuyz) verb (t) (victimised, victimising) 1. to make a victim of. 2. to punish unfairly. 3. to discipline or punish selectively, especially as a result of an industrial dispute: four men were victimised by management after …   Australian English dictionary

  • victimise — vic|tim|ise [ vıktı,maız ] a British spelling of victimize …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • victimise — UK [ˈvɪktɪmaɪz] / US [ˈvɪktɪˌmaɪz] victimize …   English dictionary

  • victimise — verb 1. make a victim of I was victimized by this con man • Syn: ↑victimize • Derivationally related forms: ↑victimisation, ↑victimiser, ↑victim, ↑victimization ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • victimised — victimise (Brit.) v. discriminate against, exploit, persecute; make a victim of; cheat, swindle; slay as or like a sacrificial victim; punish unfairly (also victimize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • victimises — victimise (Brit.) v. discriminate against, exploit, persecute; make a victim of; cheat, swindle; slay as or like a sacrificial victim; punish unfairly (also victimize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • victimising — victimise (Brit.) v. discriminate against, exploit, persecute; make a victim of; cheat, swindle; slay as or like a sacrificial victim; punish unfairly (also victimize) …   English contemporary dictionary

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