anatomize, annothanize (v.)
dissect, reveal, lay open
2H4 I.Induction.21 [Rumour alone] what need I thus / My well-known body to anatomize / Among my household?
AW IV.iii.31 [First Lord to Second Lord, of Bertram and Parolles] I would gladly have him see his company anatomized
AYL I.i.145 [Oliver to Charles, of Orlando] should I anatomize him to thee
AYL II.vii.56 [Jaques to Duke Senior] The wise man's folly is anatomized
KL [Lear to all] let them anatomize Regan
LLL IV.i.70 [Boyet reading Armado's letter to Jaquenetta, of 'veni, vidi, vici'] to anatomize in the vulgar [F, Q1 annothanize] [or: annotate]
Luc 1450 [of a painting of Hecuba] In her the painter had anatomized / Time's ruin