You searched for: “individualized
individualize (verb), individualizes; individualized; individualizing
To make something or someone different from other similar things or situations: Alisa was encouraged to individualize the characters in the novel that she was writing.

It took awhile to achieve, but Roy worked to individualize his web site so it would appeal to more than one age group, including both teenagers and older visitors.

This entry is located in the following units: divid-, divis- (page 2) -ize (page 6)
individualized (adjective), more individualized, most individualized
1. A reference to what is suitable for a particular person: The local hospital provides individualized care for its patients.
2. Characteristic of or relating to something that a person desires or wants to have personal access to: Some educational web sites are set up to provide more individualized learning programs than anything that is usually available in public schools.

The pharmacist gave his customers the most individualized service possible on the internet and in his drug store.

This entry is located in the following unit: divid-, divis- (page 2)