trefedigaethol, drefedigaethol, threfedigaethol, cytrefol, nhrefedigaethol
- trefedigaetholwladychiaethcolonialistmewn haidColonials
Noun(1) a resident of a colony
Adjective(1) of or relating to or characteristic of or inhabiting a colony(2) of animals who live in colonies, such as ants(3) composed of many distinct individuals united to form a whole or colony
(1) I had come here more than a few decades ago to participate in the Goa Liberation Struggle, which saw the sun set on this last enclave of colonial rule in India.(2) The recurring imagery of ├ö├ç├┐discovery├ö├ç├û echoes a colonial project of expansion and conquest.(3) Hunting celebrated the imperial virtues of courage and manliness and confirmed the power of colonial rule.(4) Spacious, modern, colonial style with terracotta tiles, marble floors, teak furniture and a four-poster bed with white netting, it was ideal: chic and simple.(5) Servitude and forced labor in agricultural contexts to some extent also carried into the early twentieth century in the era of French colonial rule.(6) As colonial rule established itself and regions hitherto inaccessible became safe enough for plant collectors to travel in, many new bulb species found their way back to the nurseryman and then the gardener.(7) But after thirty years and one of the bitterest wars of colonial expansion in Southeast Asia, the Dutch were eventually victorious.(8) Neither feeding away from the intertidal zone nor a close association with colonial birds and mammals has been reported in either nigrofumosus or taczanowskii.(9) Bella's home was a two-story, blue colonial with a well manicured lawn and two car garage.(10) The furniture was late colonial style, red cherry that was still shining in its newness.(11) You'll some fine old colonial and oriental furniture and jewellery.(12) This is consistent with certain biotic associations in modern colonial corals.(13) Back home in India, perhaps thanks to nearly 200 years of colonial rule, good looks are defined almost always by a single attribute, fairness.(14) A year previously, Gandhi had launched the Salt Satyagraha, which mobilised hundreds of thousands of Indians to defy colonial laws and ask for an end to colonial rule.(15) The discussion of syphilis at the outset of the twentieth century reflected the tensions and dilemmas regarding colonial rule, and particularly the concern that Africa was slipping beyond control.(16) Sessile colonial invertebrates have the ability to distinguish between their own tissues and those of unrelated members of the same species.
(1) colonial rule :: rheol trefedigaethol
1. compound ::
1. solitary ::
Different Formscolonial, colonialism, colonialist, colonialists, colonially, colonials, precolonial
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