After all, Singer is strongly in favor of gay marriage, and Adelson supports “socialized medicine.”
Nary a single member of Congress, from sea to shining sea, is proposing a bill with “socialized” anything.
Most of the contenders embraced their wives and socialized with one another, milling about on stage.
Dr. Klein not only counted Taylor and Jackson as patients but socialized with both.
The NHS is regularly dismissed by U.S. critics of American reform as "socialized medicine."
But even apart from the possibility of a corrupt boss there is still a wide gap between the collective and the socialized agency.
First they must be individualized, second socialized, and third taught.
It facilitated the balance between the preserved naturalness and the socialized aspect of family.
It was one of the many proofs of the extent to which the British nation had been socialized.
Everything in the domain of language "is socialized" (p. 33).
1828, "to render social," from social (adj.). Meaning "to be sociable, to mingle" is recorded from 1895. Meaning "to make socialistic" is from 1846. Related: Socialized; socializing. The phrasing in socialized medicine is by 1912.