Having a specified type or number of languages.(adjective)
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Use "languaged" in a sentence
"We're also using this word tracking software to catch the use of words that have been "languaged" by right wingers like Frank Luntz -- words like "Death Tax" and "Iraq war," and suggestions for other language, like inheritance tax and Iraq occupation will be suggested, so writers won't serve the message of the right wing."
"Some are "languaged" and have extra meaning imbued in them by language strategists like Frank Luntz, and some are foul language, which we are trying to discourage the use of."
"We know that the words you've listed are "languaged" so why not remind people so they more consciously choose their words, rather than serving the right wing by using Frank Luntz's messages? by"