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Definition of "particularized" [particularized]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of particularize. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "particularized" in a sentence
  • "But his evaluative criterium was restricted to the matching of individual preferences with political outcomes in particularized decisions, rather than over any sequence."
  • "These four were just one vote away in Massachusetts v. EPA from blocking judicial review of the legality of EPA's failure to regulate greenhouse gases on the ground that global warming does not cause "particularized" injury."
  • "The Leipzig, formed in 1988, has cultivated a particularized style in this repertoire, one that, in the National Gallery's cavernous West Garden Court, offers both rewards and frustrations."