There is one word- My favorite-
The very, very best.
It isn’t No or Maybe. It’s Yes, Yes, Yes,Yes, YES!
“Yes, yes, you may,” and “Yes, of course,” and
“Yes, please help yourself.”
And when I want a piece of cake, “Why, yes. It’s on the shelf.”
Some Candy? “Yes.” A cookie? “Yes.”
A movie? “Yes, we’ll go.”
I love it when they say my word: Yes, Yes, YES! (Not No.)
Lucia and James L. Hymes, Jr.
Would not 'priorize' be more to the point? What is this '-tize' fasc-ination?
It just appeared one day, and everybody started using it with the intent of converting a noun into a verb. Same is true for "impacting." Weird. That came into being because no one knew the difference between "affect" and "effect."
(merriam-webster.com says the earliest known use of "prioritize" was in 1961)