Definition of Invasions

1. Noun. (plural of invasion) ¹



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Definition of Invasions

1. invasion [n] - See also: invasion

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invasion of privacy
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invasions (current term)
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Literary usage of Invasions

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1. The History of the Norman Conquest of England: Its Causes and Its Results by Edward Augustus Freeman (1877)
"V w't" t'R1 Inter and better known invasions of the Danes logy of the both in England and in Gaul. In the Danish invasions I ..."

2. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by William Wilson Hunter (1886)
"First The first collision between Hinduism and Islam on the Turk! invasions. furki Punjab frontier was the act of the Hindus. In 977, Jaipal, the Hindu ..."

3. The Positive Philosophy of Auguste Comte by Auguste Comte, Harriet Martineau (1893)
"Roman system, modified by the Catholic ; and that the feudal system would have arisen without any invasions: and, again, it may be shown that the invasions ..."

4. A Short History of Italy: (476-1900) by Henry Dwight Sedgwick (1905)
"In fact, it is a period of fresh invasions by Barbarians, as -the Italians, ... From that year onward there was a series of invasions of French, Austrians, ..."

5. The Psychology of Peoples by Gustave Le Bon (1912)
"... and in consequence its civilisation—Example of the Romans— Roman civilisation was not destroyed by military invasions, but by the pacific invasions of ..."

6. The Normans in Europe by Arthur Henry Johnson (1896)
"THE invasions OF THE NORTHMEN. WE have now arrived at the point when we must leave ... During which the invasions are little more than plundering raids : 2. ..."

7. The Normans in Europe by Arthur Henry Johnson (1903)
"Hence it is that the invasions of the Northmen, always ushered in by ... Thus in England, the Danish invasions, which had been going on since 787, ..."

8. Medieval and Modern Times: An Introduction to the History of Western Europe by James Harvey Robinson (1916)
"As one looks back over the German invasions it is natural Fusion of to ask upon what terms the newcomers lived among the old ins and the inhabitants of ..."

9. The History of the Norman Conquest of England: Its Causes and Its Results by Edward Augustus Freeman (1877)
"V w't" t'R1 Inter and better known invasions of the Danes logy of the both in England and in Gaul. In the Danish invasions I ..."

10. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by William Wilson Hunter (1886)
"First The first collision between Hinduism and Islam on the Turk! invasions. furki Punjab frontier was the act of the Hindus. In 977, Jaipal, the Hindu ..."

11. The Positive Philosophy of Auguste Comte by Auguste Comte, Harriet Martineau (1893)
"Roman system, modified by the Catholic ; and that the feudal system would have arisen without any invasions: and, again, it may be shown that the invasions ..."

12. A Short History of Italy: (476-1900) by Henry Dwight Sedgwick (1905)
"In fact, it is a period of fresh invasions by Barbarians, as -the Italians, ... From that year onward there was a series of invasions of French, Austrians, ..."

13. The Psychology of Peoples by Gustave Le Bon (1912)
"... and in consequence its civilisation—Example of the Romans— Roman civilisation was not destroyed by military invasions, but by the pacific invasions of ..."

14. The Normans in Europe by Arthur Henry Johnson (1896)
"THE invasions OF THE NORTHMEN. WE have now arrived at the point when we must leave ... During which the invasions are little more than plundering raids : 2. ..."

15. The Normans in Europe by Arthur Henry Johnson (1903)
"Hence it is that the invasions of the Northmen, always ushered in by ... Thus in England, the Danish invasions, which had been going on since 787, ..."

16. Medieval and Modern Times: An Introduction to the History of Western Europe by James Harvey Robinson (1916)
"As one looks back over the German invasions it is natural Fusion of to ask upon what terms the newcomers lived among the old ins and the inhabitants of ..."

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