Examples of generalized in a Sentence
The patient has been experiencing generalized pain.
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Under Investigation In real life, Operation Carwash’s critics argue the prosecutors focus too much on the sins of the PT despite the widespread evidence of generalized corruption.
Seventy-five percent were considered low-income, 88% weren’t married, and 64% were elderly—so far consistent with generalized hoarding disorder.
Caliper moved to create a more generalized application from the specialized transportation program and called the resulting desktop GIS software GIS Plus.
What are the birds learning in a generalized sense that might help them survive in other situations?
And single-state studies may show improvements in gun violence, but the results can’t be readily generalized to other states.
Such a generalized model would be needed to control hurricanes.
As in the story of Bluebeard, the generalized dominance of men becomes cartoonishly horrifying.
Snappr competes with more traditional studios and more generalized online marketplaces such as Thumbtack.
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GENERALIZED Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of generalized
- generalized paralysis
- generalized aches and pains
- generalized back pain
- generalized mouth soreness
- a primitive generalized mammal
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