urbanized

[ US /ˈɝbəˌnaɪzd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. made urban in nature; taking on urban characteristics
    the urbanized Eastern states
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How To Use urbanized In A Sentence

  • In the highway construction, urbanized construction machinery definitely is advance.
  • It was the urbanised working classes who first fought for rambling rights to explore the countryside on their days off during the 19th century. Times, Sunday Times
  • We expect to find that social well-being declines as an area becomes more urbanized.
  • The census will reveal whether new bedroom communities are emerging at the far edges of metropolitan areas or if growth will occur in older boomburbs that transform into more urbanized centers.
  • During the 19th century, Britain became the world's first modern urbanized society.
  • A strange comment from the Prime Minister of one of the most urbanised societies on earth.
  • So you must have a very different definition of "urbanized" from the one that I use. The founding fathers believed that governments are instituted among men for the sole purpose of protecting human rights.
  • During the 19th century, Britain became the world's first modern urbanized society.
  • In a largely urbanized society, the countryside retained a fierce (perhaps exaggerated) sense of its own needs and identity.
  • a highly suburbanized city
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