Similar words: subside, subsidy, subsist, subsistence, aggrandize, jeopardize, organized, socialized. Meaning: ['sʌbsɪdaɪz] adj. having partial financial support from public funds.
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1 Soldiers are subsidized in our country .
2 Farming is heavily subsidized by the government.
3 The state's timber industry is heavily subsidized.
4 The housing projects are subsidized by the government.
5 The airline is heavily subsidized by the government.
6 France operates a system of subsidized loans to dairy farmers.
7 The refugees live in subsidized housing provided by the authorities.
8 It has subsidized local calls by overcharging long-distance.
9 Subsidized day care for low-income families costs considerably less.
10 Many day care facilities are subsidized by the city.
11 Objective: subsidized or free health care for their group.
12 Students who reside in subsidized public housing.
13 The majority live in private institutions,[www.Sentencedict.com] authorized and subsidized by the government.
14 Equally threatening are the dozens of federally subsidized cattle ranches that have depleted underground water sources used by antelope and bighorn sheep.
15 Idleness not being subsidized and substance not being wasted, more was produced and the general well-being would thus be raised.
16 A network of subsidized cargo barges and water taxis would be introduced on the city's canals to compensate.
17 In later life he had to be subsidized by the teetotal movement and lived with his eldest sister.
18 Its landowners use much of their subsidized water to grow subsidized cotton.
19 Heavily subsidized government services and centralized labor markets run counter to our history and politics.
20 They stopped providing the subsidized food which had made it possible to survive.
21 Thus,(sentencedict.com) it is relevant that those retiring shortly after a state pension scheme begins may be subsidized by younger generations.
22 There was very little if any social distinction between the subsidized private estates and the 1920s council housing.
23 Stebbins takes on the pivotal two years Weston spent subsidized by a pair of Guggenheim grants.
24 Parents of large families now get priority housing and school registration and subsidized child care services.
25 Eighty-five cents of every dollar spent on irrigation features would be subsidized by power revenues.
26 The immensely popular company was the only one on the bill, Alvin noted, that was not subsidized by its country.
27 They may also feature brand name products whose price reductions are subsidized by food manufacturers.
28 Underlying the candidates' commuter campaigning is the fact that much of their air travel is subsidized.
29 For the most part these newspapers were owned by persons high in political circles or were subsidized by special interest groups.
30 Even so, the 1974 Press Commission estimated that perhaps eight out of fifteen mornings they examined were being subsidized by an evening paper.
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