- v. Simple past tense and past participle of modernize.
- adj. brought up to date
“Often we tend to lump them together simply as Art Nouveau and Art Deco, though their individual taxonomies are a bit more complex -- consider the Barcelona modernismo of Gaudi and Jujol, the various national romanticisms, or the intriguing and often unclassifiable experiments in modernized traditional liturgical design that occurred in interwar France.”
“Did the Chair request NASA help in modernized help, NO.”
“We held what we called reliability summits around the country saying, one, we and America were a superpower, but we have a third world grid that needs to be modernized, that is antiquated.”
“We held what we called "reliability summits" around the country, saying, one, we in America, we're a superpower, but we have a third-world grid that needs to be modernized, that is antiquated.”
“A street rod is typically defined as a modernized vintage vehicle originally manufactured prior to 1949.”
“A 15-year veteran of Mediterranean cooking, Benhadou's style is best described as modernized 'classic' cooking.”
“Scruton uses as an example the widespread habit in productions of opera to alter the staging and the dramatic vision to produce a "modernized" version.”
“Here's a good (or bad, as it were) example of a once respectable workhorse nameplate that's been thoroughly "modernized" into the absolute donkey that it is today.”
“Here's a respectable workhorse nameplate that's been thoroughly "modernized" into an absolute donkey of a product.”
“In Couric's most recent webisode, Stengel made easily disprovable claims, including that the rights of women have been "modernized" and that women's "lives have changed.”
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