interiorize[in tir′ē ər īz′]
transitive verbin·te·ri·or·ized, in·te·ri·or·iz·ing, in·te·ri·or·iz·es
To cause (feelings, for example) to become an interior or internal part of one's mental or spiritual being; internalize: “In &ellipsis; earlier movies, [he] interiorized emotion so much that he became inexpressive” (Pauline Kael).
(third-person singular simple present interiorizes, present participle interiorizing, simple past and past participle interiorized)
- To internalize; to bring inside oneself.