civilized

Civilized vs Noncivilized - What's the difference?

civilized | noncivilized |


As adjectives the difference between civilized and noncivilized

is that civilized is having a highly developed society or culture while noncivilized is not civilized.

Civilized vs Overcivilized - What's the difference?

civilized | overcivilized |


As adjectives the difference between civilized and overcivilized

is that civilized is having a highly developed society or culture while overcivilized is too much civilized.

Civilized vs Beingcivilized - What's the difference?

civilized | beingcivilized |

Civilized vs Domesticated - What's the difference?

civilized | domesticated |


As adjectives the difference between civilized and domesticated

is that civilized is having a highly developed society or culture while domesticated is selectively bred to live with or around humans.

As a verb domesticated is

(domesticate).

Socialized vs Civilized - What's the difference?

socialized | civilized |


As adjectives the difference between socialized and civilized

is that socialized is (us) subsidized for social reasons while civilized is having a highly developed society or culture.

As a verb socialized

is (socialize).

Civilized vs Halfcivilized - What's the difference?

civilized | halfcivilized |

Civilized vs Barbarian - What's the difference?

civilized | barbarian |


As adjectives the difference between civilized and barbarian

is that civilized is having a highly developed society or culture while barbarian is relating to people, countries or customs perceived as uncivilized or inferior.

As a noun barbarian is

an uncivilized or uncultured person, originally compared to the hellenistic greco-roman civilisation; often associated with fighting or other such shows of strength.

Civilized vs Uncivilized - What's the difference?

civilized | uncivilized |


As adjectives the difference between civilized and uncivilized

is that civilized is having a highly developed society or culture while uncivilized is crude, barbarous, wild, uncultured.

Civilized vs Civility - What's the difference?

civilized | civility |


As an adjective civilized

is having a highly developed society or culture.

As a noun civility is

politeness]]; courtesy; an individual act or a manner of [[behave|behaving which conforms to social conventions of propriety.

Civilized vs Unpolished - What's the difference?

civilized | unpolished | Antonyms |

Civilized is an antonym of unpolished.


As adjectives the difference between civilized and unpolished

is that civilized is having a highly developed society or culture while unpolished is not polished; not brought to a polish.

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