Thesaurus / civilized

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Anger or fear is often a nuisance in civilized life, and any strong emotion is apt to disturb mental work or skilled manual work.

PsychologyRobert S. Woodworth

Our boys in turn taught their coppery friends some civilized games.

Cattle-Ranch to CollegeRussell Doubleday

This is almost worthy of civilized man, by whom it is perhaps more commonly practised.

The Pacific TriangleSydney Greenbie

As in most civilized countries, the number of suicides in Italy has increased from year to year.

Wars more or less fierce were waged before nations were civilized.

He said that she was the first country in the civilized world to stop the trade—passed her statute thirty years before England!

The Long RollMary Johnston

It is sad to think that the demands of civilized life are making this contest almost unavoidable.

Wear and TearSilas Weir Mitchell

And this bloody tragedy was performed in our own days, and in the face of the civilized world.

You have never been recognized by any civilized Government on the face of God Almighty's earth, and you never will be.

At the time of Paul, the civilized world was unified, politically, under the Roman Empire.

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