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policed

verb as in patrol

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They all agreed that the routine practice of smoking weed would not be policed.

The media is strictly regulated and the Internet heavily policed.

But as all long-standing democracies have learned, it is just as important that the police be policed, Internet or otherwise.

The practice is so lucrative, and so weakly policed, that there is little incentive for the pirates to stop.

According to my landowner friend, until now only the Turks always policed the border.

At this time Hull contained 36,000 inhabitants, and was policed on a very economical plan.

In the old days, with the country well policed, the slaves had been protected against their fury, but war now changed all.

That's why Miguel wanted it given out that his horse had policed him.

He had been a policeman only two or three months and was the youngest of the three who policed the town at nights.

The large railroads nowadays are policed in much the same manner as are our large cities.

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On this page you'll find 193 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to policed, such as: file, form, organize, align, array, and class.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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