Definition of Sinicized

1. Verb. (past of sinicize) ¹



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Definition of Sinicized

1. sinicize [v] - See also: sinicize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sinicized

singult
singultation
singultous
singults
singultus
sinh
sinhalite
sinhs
sinical
sinicisation
sinicise
sinicised
sinicises
sinicization
sinicize
sinicized (current term)
sinicizes
sinicizing
sinicuichi
sinigrase
sinigrin
sining
sinister
sinisterly
sinisterness
sinisternesses
sinisterwise
sinistrad
sinistral
sinistral fault

Literary usage of Sinicized

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1. Prehistoric Settlement of the Pacific by Ward Hunt Goodenough (1996)
"The heavily sinicized tribes include the Kavalan, ... The languages of all but the first three among these ten sinicized tribes are now extinct (Sung 1989, ..."

2. The Risen Sun by Kenchō Suematsu (1905)
"A large proportion of the original Tartars have in one way or other penetrated into China Proper, and have there become sinicized, so that the present ..."

3. The Risen Sun by Kenchō Suematsu (1905)
"A large proportion of the original Tartars have in one way or other penetrated into China Proper, and have there become sinicized, so that the present ..."

4. The Mythology of All Races by John Arnott MacCulloch, Louis Herbert Gray, George Foot Moore (1916)
"Beset by peoples of Thai origin, on the one hand by the sinicized Annamese, and on the other by the Siamese, ..."

5. The Burmese Connection: Illegal Drugs and the Making of the Golden Triangle by Ronald D. Renard (1996)
"... they gain access to the whole of the country; but most have remained in Shan State, which, according to eyewitnesses, is gradually being sinicized. ..."

6. Oceanic [mythology] by Roland Burrage Dixon (1916)
"Beset by peoples of Thai origin, on the one hand by the sinicized Annamese, and on the other by the Siamese, ..."

7. Colonization: A Study of the Founding of New Societies by Albert Galloway Keller (1908)
"... and by land they penetrated at such a remote period and in such great numbers into the southern peninsulas that Siam and Cambodia are half- sinicized, ..."

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