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  • v. Alternative spelling of stylized.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. using artistic forms and conventions to create effects; not natural or spontaneous


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  • Compete in stylised Olympic venues with authentic sports and events to choose from, including athletics, archery, skeet shooting, table tennis, gymnastics and more.

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  • However, I'm inclined to question some of the other claims in your source, in regards to it being a "stylised" rendering of the latin word "et" - somebody else has beaten me to it in the comments.

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  • Rather, he simply allows his characters to talk - sometimes realistically, at other times with a kind of stylised super-realism.

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  • Magical, funny, wholly lacking in po-faced piety, the movie incorporates elements of Irish mythology and is drawn in a flat, stylised fashion that derives from the art of the time.

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  • It juggled the freewheeling flavour of the French New Wave with an explicit, stylised violence that was hitherto unknown in mainstream American cinema.

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  • The film was a stylised, violent and profane heist movie in which the heist itself was never shown.

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  • The network earned its ratings by pushing boundaries – Miami Vice stylised the police drama, while Hill Street Blues gave it gritty realism.

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  • Reuters The bride's earrings, by Robinson Pelham, were diamond-set stylised oak leaves with a pear shaped diamond set drop and a pavé set diamond acorn suspended in the centre, writes Ms. Rohwedder.

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  • The detective rules were created for the highly stylised, circumscribed "locked room" mystery or Agatha Christie-type of novel.


  • This structure is repeated in episode after episode, providing a stylised framework for the exciting events that occur during a world war and a country in the throes of cultural and revolutionary change.

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