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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of paternalize.

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Examples

  • Nonetheless it was from these guildsmen or craftsmen that a new middle class emerged, more wealthy than the peasants, paid well by the rich for their paternalized service.

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  • If the world outside the home is to become as circumscribed and paternalized as the world inside it, obviously all the advantage lies with those who have been living under nonsenseorship long enough to have learned to manage it.

    Nonsenseorship

  • "If the world outside the home is to become as circumscribed and paternalized as the world inside it, obviously all the advantage lies with those who have been living under nonsenseorship long enough to have learned to manage it."

    Nonsenseorship

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