All Adjective Verb
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  • Perhaps few fields of activity have been conventionalized as much as university education. Cited from An American Idyll, by Cornelia Stratton Parker
  • Nature does not give us a conventionalized language, either written or spoken. Cited from The Measurement of Intelligence, by Lewis Madison Terman
  • All follow forms that have been handed down through generations and have become more or less conventionalized. Cited from Indian Games and Dances with Native Songs, by Alice C. Fletcher
  • Here two greatly conventionalized figures have been used, one erect, the other with head down. Cited from The Wild Tribes of Davao District, Mindanao, by Fay-Cooper Cole
  • The designs were usually conventionalized field flowers done with great spirit and charm. Cited from Furnishing the Home of Good Taste, by Lucy Abbot Throop
  • Bulk of what is likely to be found is of latest period when style has become conventionalized. Cited from How to Observe in Archaeology, by Various
  • She was so quietly conventionalized by city clothes that I might have passed her on the street without seeing her. Cited from My Antonia, by Willa Sibert Cather
  • What seem to be the reduced and highly conventionalized wings fill the lower corner of each side of the figure. Cited from Animal Figures in the Maya Codices, Alfred M. Tozzer and Glover M. Allen
  • They were scarcely conventionalized at all; there they were in the black border, just as they stood in the rock before her. Cited from The Song of the Lark, Willa Cather
  • Over time, it became conventionalized into something resembling our modern hand salute.
  • I doubt if we have sized him up so well, or if our somewhat conventionalized ideal of him is perfectly representative. Cited from Entire PG Edition of William Dean Howells
  • Possibly, a conventionalized serpent forms the head covering of the second figure who is represented as dead. Cited from Animal Figures in the Maya Codices, Alfred M. Tozzer and Glover M. Allen
  • It has become a conventionalized expression among those who are interested in these kinds of instruments and there is no better alternative in sight.
  • It appears like an attempt at creating a conventionalized flower in brick. Cited from The Old Franciscan Missions Of California, by George Wharton James
  • Another conventionalized stage speech is the exit speech, which may take the form of a poem followed by a single spoken line.
  • What strange figures, conventionalized as a lotus pattern, instead of the moving glory of the human form! Cited from The Forerunner, Volume 1, Charlotte P. Gilman
  • That'll approve, no doubt, being the extremely conventionalized thing it is. Cited from The Secret of the Tower, by Hope, Anthony
  • It is a portion of the reality of life shown vividly against a conventionalized background. Cited from The Man in Court, by Frederic DeWitt Wells
  • Wagner's music is made up of the sounds of Nature conventionalized. Cited from Little Journeys to the Homes of Great Musicians, by Elbert Hubbard
  • Moreover, they claim that such texts are conventionalized expressions of the experience of the author.
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Root form of conventionalized is conventionalize for the verb.

How conventionalized gets used

Meaning of conventionalized

  • verb Make conventional or adapt to conventions
    conventionalized behavior