Colonizing [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Colonizing:

To George Calvert, the originator of the scheme for colonizing Maryland, this honor belonged; but, alas!

With these modifications it would—so to say—have been reflected back upon the continent—re-colonizing the old mother-country.

From the nearer stars, they had sent out colonizing ships all through the galaxy.

In short, the Boers make ideal scouts and are unique as colonizing pioneers.

There is a great movement now among the Jews towards colonizing Palestine, and bringing out the resources of the soil.

The whole scheme of colonizing was, at first, a series of mismanagement or misfortune.

Oñate was remarkable not only for his success in colonizing a country so forbidding as this then was, but also as an explorer.

Prussian colonizing agents scoured the neighbouring countries for agricultural labourers, foresters, and artisans.

Taking charge of a colonizing project in southwestern Pennsylvania, he for some years acted as Gallatin's business manager.

In the spring of the following year his colonizing fleet was ready.