verb (used with object), col·o·nized, col·o·niz·ing.
verb (used without object), col·o·nized, col·o·niz·ing.
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It was hunting that settled the Pelhams in a remote country and led them to colonise a waste.
Rumour says that your Government is going to send out a strong party of emigrants to colonise the eastern frontier.The Settler and the Savage|R.M. Ballantyne
Old Jacob foretold that Joseph would be a fruitful bough, whose branches would run over the wall—that is, colonise.The Lost Ten Tribes, and 1882|Joseph Wild
He will discover, he will colonise, he will do all manner of beautiful things, at second hand: but he himself will be a courtier.Sir Walter Raleigh and his Time|Charles Kingsley
For want of territory to colonise under her own flag, Japan has lost many subjects to alien flags.Problems of the Pacific|Frank Fox