Definition of regimented in English:

regimented

Syllabification: reg·i·ment·ed
Pronunciation: /ˈrejəˌmen(t)əd
 
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adjective

Very strictly organized or controlled: the regimented life of a long-term prisoner
More example sentences
  • The public had previously called upon the artistic community within the establishment to throw off the shackles of regimented style favoured by the state.
  • The clinical trial process follows a very regimented format.
  • I had been set loose, free from the regimented lifestyle of a footballer.

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