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Verb(1) teach or refine to be discriminative in taste or judgment(2) raise from a barbaric to a civilized state
(1) The teens take the opportunity to refine and civilize the primitive man, and to give him the appreciation of modern education.(2) It is the public places that civilize our cities.(3) There is clearly a major confrontation at the moment about how we in Australia find our own way to civilize global capital.(4) His study begins with the apparent golden age of the press, when the press was, or rather thought itself to be, the chief instrument in the attempt to improve the people and to civilize society.(5) Moreover, through the use of space, light, colour and reinterpretation of archetypal forms such as modestly scaled internal courtyards, it manages to humanize and civilize workplace life.(6) Both responded to the story of Rome as the endlessly fascinating adventures of a people who thought of themselves as having a mission to civilize the world.(7) It was a very civilized process and that seemed to anger a lot of people.(8) Eventually, I think he will accept a deal, but he's got to play by civilized rules.(9) That's kind of the civilized way to do it when there's not a great deal of animosity.(10) Never in modem times has the world been in greater need of this gentle civilizer .(11) a civilized society(12) The question is: will acting out a social comedy in this colony really help to civilise them?(13) So it is time to have a dialogue and sort out the problems in civilized ways.(14) such an affront to civilized behavior will no longer be tolerated(15) This program posts news to thousands of machines throughout the entire civilized world.(16) They must take the lead in civilising our streets and reclaiming them for local communities.
1. enlighten ::
civilize, civilized, civilizes, civilizing
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