Chicago was the center of meatpacking, railroads, and mechanized agriculture, the flagships of industrial capitalism.
World War I mechanized war on a scale never before possible—a whole array of new weapons was developed.
With its screen raised, it looked more than anything else like a mechanized bathtub.
Oh, yes, did I forget to mention the mechanized conveyer belt?
Some spits were mechanized with a cogged wheel and a weight at the end of a string.
The officers appeared like all the other people in the clockwork culture of the mechanized New System.
Gradually, agriculture was mechanized, industry was modernized and standards of living increased.
mechanized milking equipment was also held in suspicion initially.
Darkover is a civilized planet with a fairly high standard of living, but it is not a mechanized or a technological culture.
Perhaps our mechanized civilization is going to the dogs; as Scriven suspects and you and maybe I myself.
in the military sense of "equipped with or using mechanical vehicles and weapons," 1928, from past participle of mechanize (v.).