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rubberize Line breaks: rub¦ber|ize
Pronunciation: /ˈrʌbərʌɪz/
(also rubberise)

Definition of rubberize in English:


[with object] (usually as adjective rubberized)
Treat or coat (something) with rubber: a rubberized torch
More example sentences
  • The unit consists of three inflatable tubes of heavily rubberized canvas duck.
  • I also added flashing yellow lights in the rear window, and a police-style spotlight and rubberized push bumper to the front.
  • I found I had to be more careful pushing them to avoid making an error, particularly when dialing with one hand, than I have to do when using my regular phone, which has rubberized buttons that are slightly raised.

Words that rhyme with rubberize

diarize • barbarize

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