modernized

[ mod-er-nahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF modernized

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MODERNIZED

Our artist has modernized the picture to give you an idea of the operation (Fig. 1).

For they had modernized the proverb into: "A friend in need is a friend to steer clear of."

Formerly there were very big fire-places, but they have all been modernized.

Perhaps if she were skilfully managed, she might even be modernized.

Near Oatlands is a modernized house, in which Henry the Eighth lived in his youth.

There is no doubt of the meaning; but we, in accordance with our custom, have modernized the spelling.

The castle has been modernized, which has spoiled its appearance.

The orthography is modernized, but the words are faithfully Balan!

The panelled ceiling has some affinity with it, but has been modernized, and is not so interesting.

They are loud in their boast that they have modernized Japan.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MODERNIZED

remodeled

adjectiverenovated
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