Colonial [adjective]

Definition of Colonial:

pioneering, relating to a nonindependent or new territory

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Sentence/Example of Colonial:

As Spain, however, has fallen from the high place she once held, her colonial system has also gone down.

Colonial charters were, however, "undoubtedly no more than those of all corporations, which empower them to make bye-laws."

On May 13, in a speech which charmed the House, Mr. Townshend opened his plan for settling the colonial question.

Then it was agreed all men must be made to do so, and the colonial legislature was called upon to make them.

As usual in Portuguese colonial towns, the church and convent are very conspicuous.

In spite of this repeal, friction between colonial legislatures and royal Governors continued.

Immediately the British flag was lowered from the Capitol at Williamsburg and the colonial colors were raised instead.

Now the hogsheads are made of pine, but are nearly as rough as those made by the colonial growers.

His reign was brief, but was distinguished for various important measures of reform, and the abolition of colonial slavery.

Gilbert Stuart is usually considered the finest American painter of the post-Colonial period.