Definition of semicivilized in English:

semicivilized

Syllabification: sem·i·civ·i·lized
Pronunciation: /ˌsemēˈsivəˌlīzd, ˌsemˌī-
 
/

adjective

Partially civilized.
More example sentences
  • ‘The chief, at least, seems semi-civilized,’ Adriana said.
  • Great premise, especially when we take a gander at how the semi-civilized deep South might react to this sort of ‘modernizing’ of their untainted landscape.
  • Feeling, however, that he should try to make some use of the current situation - at least he was around semi-civilized people for the time being - he stood up and rapped upon the table.

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