Definition of Colonialized
1. colonialize [v] - See also: colonialize
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Colonialized
Literary usage of Colonialized
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Central Asia and the World: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan by Michael Mandelbaum (1994)
"... restrictions imposed by the colonizers, and contact with the empire's other colonialized peoples reshaped the political consciousness of Central Asians. ..."
2. The Eighteen Christian Centuries by James White (1890)
"... not in the amount of its exaction, but in the principle of its imposition; and the British blood had not been so colonialized as to submit > to what ..."
3. Western Approaches to Eastern Europe by James Franklin Brown, Robert D. Hormats, William H. Luers (1992)
"... all vestiges of independence in Eastern Europe were eradicated by the surrounding empires; until 1918 the region, in effect, became colonialized. ..."
4. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1875)
"I always think that a colonialized Englishman approximates nearer to the old Anglo-Saxon type of humanity than does any other modern specimen of the race. ..."
5. The Gospel of Wealth, and Other Timely Essays by Andrew Carnegie (1901)
"The institutions will be rapidly colonialized and Americanized. This process began some years ago, and has continued without cessation. ..."