Origin of federate
OTHER WORDS FROM federatefed·er·a·tor, nounnon·fed·er·at·ed, adjectivere·fed·er·ate, verb, re·fed·er·at·ed, re·fed·er·at·ing.un·fed·er·at·ed, adjective
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How to use federate in a sentence
It was under this single UK that we Australians agreed to federate in 1900 under our constitution.Queen May Lose Sovereignty Over Australia, Academic Claims|Tom Sykes|April 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The founder of our federate republic, our bulwark in war, our guide in peace, is no more.From Farm House to the White House|William M. Thayer
The object of the law was to conciliate the states at war with Rome and to secure the loyalty of the federate states.
Meanwhile a movement was under way to federate the unions of a single trade.The Armies of Labor|Samuel P. Orth
Valerian was also probably a barbarian, as he commanded a division of federate cavalry in the African war.
Either the two States federate and form a united State, or one of them conquers and annexes the other.Britain at Bay|Spenser Wilkinson