hypercivilized

hypercivilized

(ˌhaɪpəˈsɪvɪˌlaɪzd) or

hypercivilised

adj
extremely or excessively civilized
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It follows, moreover, the pattern which racism took among the new imperialists, for whom, between primitive, animal brutality and hypercivilized degeneration, stands the pioneering masculine figure; he both orders the world and is renewed by the challenges he faces when marching into the bush.
Ironically, 'Abdu's much-criticized distortions of Shakespeare can be traced to hypercivilized French writers and audiences, not backward Arab ones.
[The Na'vi are] both admirably precivilized and admirably hypercivilized" (12).
* They are not wrongheaded--who wouldn't want a world in which the hypercivilized held sway?