Definition of Nomadised

1. nomadise [v] - See also: nomadise



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nomadised

nom de guerre
nom de plume
nom nom nom
nom race
noma
nomad
nomade
nomades
nomadian
nomadians
nomadic
nomadically
nomadicity
nomadies
nomadise
nomadised (current term)
nomadises
nomadism
nomadisms
nomadize
nomadized
nomadizes
nomadizing
nomads
nomady
nomancy
nomarch
nomarchies
nomarchs
nomarchy

Literary usage of Nomadised

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Penetration of Arabia: A Record of the Development of Western Knowledge by David George Hogarth (1904)
"... and evidently once settled, but now " nomadised " and neglected; and on the fourth day, descending the last sandstone bluffs into the rank cane-brakes ..."

2. The Nearer East by David George Hogarth (1902)
"... Farafra, and Baharia, are the most " nomadised," and ,by consequence the worst cultivated, least drained, and socially most miserable. ..."

3. Africa by Augustus Henry Keane (1907)
"In 1902 a beginning was made with such a settlement by some Moslem refugees from Crete, who are. reintroducing a settled element into a nomadised country ..."

4. Africa by Augustus Henry Keane (1907)
"... a settled element into a nomadised country and making part of it bloom as of old (Geo. Jour. Sept. 1904, p. 336). ..."

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