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curated

[ kyoor-ey-tid ]
/ ˈkyʊər eɪ tɪd /
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adjective

(of a museum, gallery, or similar collection) provided with expert oversight and direction by a professional curator: Richards focused on the use of light to bring to life the internal gallery spaces and their curated exhibits for the visitor.
carefully gathered, sifted, chosen, and organized: The store carries cookware and appliances as well as a superbly curated selection of furniture, lamps, rugs, and other decor.

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Origin of curated

OTHER WORDS FROM curated

un·cur·at·ed, adjective
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