civilized

[ siv-uh-lahyzd ]SEE DEFINITION OF civilized
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In every civilized nation the lawyers must be the law-givers.

That is the civilized fashion; and is superfluous among savages.

Abandon her not until you leave her in the habitations of civilized men.

The Japanese are a civilizable and civilized race, and must be treated as such.

Then shall I break upon the civilized world as a revelation.

The wolf-boy, however, could not be entirely reconciled to civilized life.

The experience of civilized nations has hitherto been adverse to Socialism.

They foresaw that civilized and savage life could not abide side by side.

The civilized man has built a coach, but has lost the use of his feet.

Throughout the civilized world democracy is coming to its own.

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