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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“We are not saying we need to colonize the moon or anything crazy like that,” he added.
But executives have a lot to do with the larger agenda to emasculate and colonize.CeeLo and Goodie Mob on Their Comeback, Kanye West’s ‘Emotional Problems,’ More|Marlow Stern|August 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Coastal construction gives them more places for their polyp stages to colonize.Beware at the Beach, the Jellyfish Rule the Seas and It’s Our Fault|Lisa-ann Gershwin|June 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The situation will remain the same: Israel will continue to illegally colonize just as it has for decades.
Her ancestors were Englishmen long ago, who upon the very British idea of colonialism left to colonize the Barbados.
There were over a thousand people in this expedition that was going out to colonize Oregon for the United States.Historic Adventures|Rupert S. Holland
She cannot be assailed with success at home, and she has no need to leave her own territories in search of lands to colonize.The Crime Against Europe|Roger Casement
Theyll have their atomic war pretty soon, and leave us a nice high-radiation planet to colonize.They Also Serve|Donald E. Westlake
The border is an excellent place in which to colonize native or other interesting plants.The Practical Garden-Book|C. E. Hunn
The next expedition seems to have been a project to colonize the country.Great Events in the History of North and South America|Charles A. Goodrich