OTHER WORDS FROM specializednon·spe·cial·ized; especially British, non·spe·cial·ised, adjectiveo·ver·spe·cial·ized; especially British, o·ver·spe·cial·ised, adjectiveun·spe·cial·ized; especially British, un·spe·cial·ised, adjective
How to use specialized in a sentence
Each nation had, he thought, some distinct and specialised service to render to humanity.The Life of Mazzini|Bolton King
We shall become specialised people—people overshadowed by a situation.The New Machiavelli|Herbert George Wells
Briefly stated, the doctrine is this: It is untrue that certain nations are specialised either for industry or for agriculture.Comrade Kropotkin|Victor Robinson
He found that though in the brome-grasses the rust peculiar to them is specifically identical its forms are highly specialised.
All these lines of utility are better served by a larger number of more highly specialised servants.The Theory of the Leisure Class|Thorstein Veblen