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  • adj. Not commercialized.

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  • adj. not having been commercialized


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un- +‎ commercialized


  • I think it works and will always work as long as it remains uncommercialized.

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  • It's a very uncommercialized stretch of green, tan, and blue, with multicolored rocks.

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  • The real West lies east of the Rockies, the uncommercialized, unexploited -- I suppose you would add, the unpractical West.

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  • We had one of the surprises of our lives when, by direction of a friend who knew Paris, we went to a little obscure cafe that was off the tourist route and therefore -- as yet -- unspoiled and uncommercialized.

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  • And Polly's blue eyes, which still looked like the uncommercialized violet despite a six weeks 'acquaintance with society in

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  • One of the early English importations revealed Frohman's utterly uncommercialized attitude toward the theater.

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  • Above that, I really think it's important to continue to support uncensored and uncommercialized creativity.

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  • With consumption and consumerism usually knocking at the door of our traditions at every opportunity, it's so nice to see a holiday that remains relatively uncommercialized.


  • Without Silver’s perseverance and determination to find a use for his adhesive, and 3M’s tolerance for tinkering and acceptance of the extraordinary, the Post-it adhesive would have gone uncommercialized.5

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