It was under this single UK that we Australians agreed to federate in 1900 under our constitution.
The founder of our federate republic, our bulwark in war, our guide in peace, is no more.
There it was that the democratic clubs sought to federate with the view of forming a National Convention.
America will federate, the central government will be destroyed.
Books thus will cause the flag of peace Through earth to be unfurled— Produce "the parliament of man," And federate the world.
De mis'tus say, 'Silas, you sho was thirteen years old when dat 'federate War wound up!
He done save 'bout $500 when surrender come, but it am all 'federate money and it ain't worth nothin'.
Valerian was also probably a barbarian, as he commanded a division of federate cavalry in the African war.
The law of 1884 gave state employees the right to form associations, but not to federate or organize syndicats.
Fust de 'federate sojers come and takes some mules and hosses, den some more come for de corn.
1814 (implied in federated), back-formation from federation, or else from Latin foederatus "having a treaty, bound by treaty," past participle of foederare "to establish by treaty," from foedus (see federal). Related: Federating. As an adjective, by 1710.