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ized
chi·tin·ized;
co·balt·ized;
co·lum·nar·ized;
cul·tur·al·ized;
cu·tic·u·lar·ized;
cu·tin·ized;
ep·i·dot·ized;
er·got·ized;
lap·in·ized;
lin·en·ized;
me·tam·er·ized;
min·er·al·ized;
par·tic·u·lar·ized;
pearl·ized;
per·sian·ized;
vit·ri·ol·ized;
ad·re·nal·ized;
com·put·er·ized;
mod·u·lar·ized;
deu·ter·ized;

English syllables. 2014.

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