Having a hyphen: a hyphenated adjective. (adjective)
Often Offensive Of or relating to naturalized citizens or their descendants or culture.(adjective)
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Use "hyphenated" in a sentence
"It is only when self-serving bottom-line profit-margin hyphenated-a$$holes attempt to extract their pound of flesh that we end up "needing" social communities."
"Since Heidegger often writes the word hyphenated, An-wesen, that means that it is to be understood in its root meaning."
"Although in theory, since a 'na does swear absolute obedience and perfect fidelity, there is no need to acknowledge even the greatest of such service, the Sandemans are realists; if a' na gives greater service or does a deed more heroic than may be reasonably expected, his thakur will have the tattoo circled and allow his 'na to use his name hyphenated with the' na's own."