Verb(1) settle as a colony; of countries in the developing world(2) settle as colonists or establish a colony (in
(1) mussels can colonize even the most inhospitable rock surfaces(2) The Bible which has been used as a tool to oppress, subjugate and colonize indigenous people has proved to be even more powerful a weapon than the European's firearms.(3) Police Chief Berryer's men routinely rounded up vagrants and sent them off to colonize Canada.(4) I think we should send them to colonize other planets for us.(5) insect borers colonize in rotted shoreline deadfalls(6) A pair of French Canadians founded and helped to colonize this southern French territory.(7) Both grasses often colonize continuous expanses of desert, closing the open spaces that normally separate native desert plants and protect them from fire.(8) Ecopower is also driven by the joint interests of capital (to colonize and commodify) and the state (to manage for the sake of the perceived public good).(9) He put down rebellions and sent his Athenian armies to colonize other areas of Asia Minor.(10) Most people seem to take one of two general points of view on the quest that rockets represent: A vocal minority is certain that humanity will colonize space, just as Europeans colonized the New World.(11) No one is certain whether the pigs roaming the landscape as Europeans began to formally colonize the southeastern region were the descendants of De Soto's walking food supply.(12) a white family that tries to colonize a Caribbean island(13) They demonstrate psychiatry's significant role in the production of knowledge about colonized populations, and shed new light on the psychological dimensions of diverse colonial societies.(14) Is it possible that such attacks were motivated by the belief that American corporate behemoths were colonizing web space initially designed for free flows of information, not business retailing?(15) Indigenous peoples shared their land with the newcomers and eventually it became more than sharing as the settlers colonized the continent and waged an undeclared war against Indigneous peoples.(16) It thrived when tundra-like flora and fauna colonised the land as the glaciers retreated but later declined as the climate warmed.
2. people ::
3. populate ::
4. occupy ::
6. seize ::
7. capture ::
8. subjugate ::
1. depopulate ::
Different Formscolonize, colonized, colonizes, colonizing
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