Antonyms for generalized

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He generalized, he particularized about the blacks; he told anecdotes.

“Any ship is that—for a reasonable man,” generalized Marlow in a conciliatory tone.

Altogether it has been more thoroughly "generalized" than any other natural form.

This Mrs. Miner had generalized from long experience with her husband.

Correct idea but not generalized: “They were fools to listen to everybody.”

Jurisprudence, as I look at it, is simply law in its most generalized part.

We can begin with the generalized person in ourselves and end with individuality.

In the next the really fundamental and most generalized sin is self-isolation.

They may be called (in a generalized sense) the co-ordinates of the lamina.

These first true mammals were archaic and generalized in structure.

WORD ORIGIN

1751, probably a new formation from general (adj.) + -ize. Middle English had generalisen (early 15c.). Related: Generalizable; generalized; generalizing.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GENERALIZED

outlined

adjectivegiven in summary
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