use programmed in a sentence.
“It depends on if the person has a label programmed into his fax machine,” I said.
One who feels moral failures are programmed is apt to act differently than one who views moral failures as something that must be faced up to and changed.
What we see on our teevees now is a reanimated corpse, powered by some kind of positronic brain programmed solely for evil.
` ` Such changes could have been programmed from the beginning, becoming operative when all the factors were ready to work in coordination. ''
I seem to be on this anit-socialization kick, not because I don't like people, but because I think we've been programmed from a very young age, for the wrong kind of socialization.