Definition of Hierarchized

1. Verb. (past of hierarchize) ¹



2. Adjective. arranged in a hierarchy ¹

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Definition of Hierarchized

1. hierarchize [v] - See also: hierarchize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hierarchized

hierarchal
hierarchial
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hierarchical
hierarchical data structure
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hierarchical menu
hierarchical structure
hierarchicalism
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hierarchized (current term)
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hieratic
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hieratical
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hieratite
hiermartyr
hiermartyrs
hiero-
hierocracies

Literary usage of Hierarchized

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1. Social Psychology: An Outline and Source Book by Edward Alsworth Ross (1908)
"Hence, in a hierarchized society, or in the dealings of advanced nations with rude peoples, everything depends on the example set by those looked up to; ..."

2. French Civilization in the Nineteenth Century: A Historical Introduction by Albert Léon Guérard (1914)
"... that rule society are universally accepted, when individuals, institutions, and ideas are classified and hierarchized in a way that seems rational. ..."

3. Heredity, with preludes on current events by Joseph Cook (1880)
"evidence from paleontology, from embryology from the well-hierarchized classification of the organisms, demands as its indispensable complement spontaneous ..."

4. Studies on the Neoplatonist Hierocles by Ilsetraut Hadot (2004)
"Between the Intelligible Living Being and the demiurge, five hierarchized levels are intercalated (the three intelligible and intellectual triads, ..."

5. Degeneration by Max Simon Nordau (1895)
"... is the result of the concordant action of a nervous tissue highly differentiated and ' hierarchized,' or brought into a relation of mutual dependence. ..."

6. Authority, Liberty and Function in the Light of the War: A Critique of by Ramiro de Maeztu (1916)
"... created in the thirteenth century— a society, incidentally very cosmopolitan, in which social classes, hierarchized and co-ordinated, were united to one ..."

7. The Evolution of Matter by Gustave Le Bon, F. Legge (1907)
"We are so hierarchized, so hypnotized and tamed by our official teaching, that the expression of independent ideas seems intolerable. ..."

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