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adjective as in organized

adjective as in reduced

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Smith says that his opinions about people of the Muslim faith were formulated during his time serving in Iraq.

Other steps are a bit more creative, and have clearly been formulated by a professional.

The autopsy was formulated after exit polls from Election Day painted a picture of an out-of-touch party and nominee.

During the dozen years or so since the R2P concept was formulated, its application has been complicated and ad hoc.

That year, in an interview with the Los Angeles Times, the British politician formulated what came to be known as the Tebbit Test.

He also, in bass incoherence, formulated the opinion that in such a nest might he found true happiness.

They had also periodical conferences in London for a week at a time, at which they formulated a common policy.

There are numerous theories formulated to explain hysteria; some are ingenious, especially that of Janet, but none is convincing.

The evening's thinking formulated itself into a telegram to Average Jones' club, the Cosmic.

He formulated a new law whose effect would be to deliver humanity from its self-inflicted woes.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to formulated, such as: coordinated, formed, standardized, catalogued, classified, and correlated.

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