Infinitive:   attractivise (UK)  /  attractivize (US)
3rd person:   attractivises (UK)  /  attractivizes (US)
Present:   attractivising (UK)  /  attractivizing (US)
Gerund:   attractivizing (UK)  /  attractivizing (US)
Past:   attractivised (UK)  /  attractivized (US)
Perfect:   attractivised (UK)  /  attractivized (US)

To cause to be or make attractive or more attractive / appealing / wantable / enjoyable;  beautify;  enhance;  improve.


An amateur's debuting trials should start with smaller chunks.  Later, advanced cookers can venture to attractivise feasts with mega-sized jumbo dumplings and their fat-free modifications (both of which require mastery precision)(Source: J∙ Okram - Semolina Dumplings for Soups  ●  Cooking Recipe.) 

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