Definition of grangerization in English:

grangerization

(British grangerisation)

noun

  • See grangerize

    • ‘Of later publications, many are extra-illustrated copies; for example, the 1807 edition of Clarendon's History of the Rebellion which was increased from three volumes to 21 volumes by Lord Spencer's grangerization.’
    • ‘The Senate House Library copy of the book is rendered individual by its grangerisation.’
    • ‘Grangerization had physical limits for some enthusiasts, however.’
    • ‘He thanks Granger for sending ‘The Book’ (‘Biographical History of England’, first volume, the first example of grangerisation), and compliments him on his gratitude for help Holland had provided.’

Pronunciation

grangerization

/ˌɡreɪn(d)ʒərʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/