Is the word priorize acceptable? I used it and my son laughed at me and said the word is prioritize.
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Unless you meant "to make something prior"
Priorize that scene in the movie so the reveal is even more emotional.
Pretty sure that's a Dr.Seuss word. You may have dropped the dental (i)-t from the conventional prioritize, meaning to advance in necessity of attention (which is to make prior in a sense, I suppose...)