Impart a particular texture to (a product, especially a fabric or foodstuff) in order to make it more attractive.
- ‘Applying wall finishes can give tattered walls a unique look by using different techniques such as texturizing with paint and plaster or wall stenciling to hide any imperfections.’
- ‘There's no patina, faux or otherwise, just creamy walls texturized with bits of straw, gray backlit banquettes, bare wood tables more Ikea than antique.’
- ‘Some of the styles are richly colored; others feature only one color but are heavily texturized.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.