citified

adjective
cit·​i·​fied | \ˈsi-ti-ˌfīd \

Definition of citified 

: relating to, characteristic of, or accustomed to an urban style of living citified tourists citified surroundings … in the world of CB nobody really wants to talk to anybody who comes across a tad citified.— Bill AuCoin

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As humans have become ever more citified, the need for a touch of nature—rus in urbe—has become increasingly critical. Simon Barnes, WSJ, "‘Pasta for Nightingales’ Review: Birdwatching Tips From the Renaissance," 13 Apr. 2018 Even in New York City with hotspots like La Esquina, Dos Caminos or Rosa Mexicana, the dishes focus on citified takes on classics, heralding table-side guacamole and delightful tacos with an array of garnishes. Lauren Sheffield, Harper's BAZAAR, "Eat Chic: At Nizuc, Mexican Cuisine Hits a Whimsical Note," 21 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of citified

1819, in the meaning defined above

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