organized[ awr-guh-nahyzd ]SEE DEFINITION OF organized
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ORGANIZED
They can be acquired only by living in an organized community in which they are traditional.
It is stated that the Oneida Indians have organized a cornet band.
The township of Cleveland, of the county of Trumbull, was organized in 1800.
In 1810, the county of Cuyahoga was organized and Cleveland made the county seat.
The 107th Ohio, (German,) was organized and largely recruited in Cleveland.
The 191st, organized at Columbus, was commanded and partly recruited with Clevelanders.
Clevelanders also were in the 61st, organized at Camp Chase.
The 125th Ohio was organized in Cleveland, with some Cleveland recruits.
Voting everywhere is a very useful device in organized government.
The Republican party was organized on the eve of the Presidential election of 1856.