What is another word for mobilizes?

Pronunciation: [mˈə͡ʊbɪlˌa͡ɪzɪz] (IPA)

Mobilizes is a verb that means "to organize or prepare for action; to put into motion". There are several synonyms for mobilizes that can be used to describe the same action. Some common synonyms for mobilizes include galvanize, rally, activate, marshal, and assemble. Other possible synonyms for mobilizes include muster, deploy, rouse, organize, and ready. Each of these words carries a slightly different connotation, and can be used depending on the context and specific action being described. Regardless of the synonym used, mobilizes indicates the need for action and preparation.

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Usage examples for Mobilizes

General Baden-Baden mobilizes Boy-Scouts.
"The Chronicles of Clovis"
Saki
Aug. 3-British fleet mobilizes; Belgium appeals to Great Britain for diplomatic aid and German ambassador quits Paris.
"America's War for Humanity"
Thomas Herbert Russell
Jan. 8-Roumania mobilizes 750,000 men; violent fighting in the Argonne.
"America's War for Humanity"
Thomas Herbert Russell

Famous quotes with Mobilizes

  • The right wing always mobilizes around constitutional amendments: the right to bear arms, school prayer.
    Al Sharpton
  • The leader is one who mobilizes others toward a goal shared by leaders and followers... Leaders, followers and goals make up the three equally necessary supports for leadership.
    Gary Wills
  • Derangement is the signature expression of the Great Backlash, a style of conservatism that first came snarling onto the national stage in response to the partying and protests of the late sixties. While earlier forms of conservatism emphasized fiscal sobriety, the backlash mobilizes voters with explosive social issues — summoning public outrage over everything from busing to un-Christian art — which it then marries to pro-business economic polices. Cultural anger is marshaled to achieve economic ends. And it is these economic achievements — not the forgettable skirmishes of the never-ending culture wars — that are the movement’s greatest monuments. The backlash is what has made possible the international free-market consensus of recent years, with all the privatization, deregulation, and de-unionization that are its components. Backlash ensures that Republicans will continue to be returned to office even when their free-market miracles fail and their libertarian schemes don’t deliver and their "New Economy" collapses. It makes possible the police pushers’ fantasies of “globalization” and a free-trade empire that are foisted upon the rest of the world with such self-assurance. Because some artist decides to shock the hicks by dunking Jesus in urine, the entire plant must remake itself along the lines preferred by the Republican Party, U.S.A.
    Thomas Frank

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