Usage Problem Involving a particular topic or motif. Often used in combination: a colonial-themed tourist attraction. (adjective)
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Use "themed" in a sentence
"The collection features several key products which were placed in themed interiors within the showroom."
"Except I wanted to have way more sounds, grouped in themed pages, that you could easily scroll in and out as needed."
"Meanwhile, while you are off learning how to make delicious Latin American themed cocktails from your new Arlen, I will be doing my appointed duties."