vb. (en-past of: commodify)
Usage examples of "commodified".
Flesh and voice alike are stretched to the limit, stereotypically processed and purified, captured and commodified at the most excruciating vanishing point.
For their part, they were open minded when I insisted on wearing clothes to school and dating outside of my gender, although I could tell they thought I was being oppressed by the patriarchy and commodified by the Bank of America.
For personality is the commodified product of trauma, the 'surplus value' arising from repeated exposure to shock and stress.