Definition of Nomadised
1. nomadise [v] - See also: nomadise
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nomadised
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). ..."