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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of naturalize.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Acclimated to a new environment; introduced from another region and persisting without cultivation; -- of plants or animals not native to a location.
- adj. planted randomly in soil so as to give an appearance of wild growth.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. planted so as to give an effect of wild growth
- adj. introduced from another region and persisting without cultivation
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Once a term naturalized in English, alamort is now considered French and is rarely, if ever, used in Dryden's sense of ` melancholy. '
Just out of curiosity, what would one call a naturalized American citizen who is white, and was born in South Africa?
[FN#124] "Al-Nátúr," the keeper, esp. of a vineyard, a word naturalized in Persian.
Unless you can separate Arnold from the word naturalized citizens. [/ quote] Thanks for ... goon: Note to the lefties the economy has tanked during the time period the left took ... goon: [quote] We all lost much over the last 8 years.
Re pseudo’s comment “See, nativists like Don make it clear that they don’t regard certain naturalized citizens as real citizens unless they kow-tow to angry white men like him.”
See, nativists like Don make it clear that they don’t regard certain naturalized citizens as real citizens unless they kow-tow to angry white men like him.
Middle Class people often label naturalized counseling as childish because kids are the other major group talented in this area.
This group of voters, defined as naturalized immigrants and the U. S.-born children of immigrants, have a powerful and highly personal connection to the modern immigrant experience that most other Americans don't.
Mak a naturalized U.S. citizen convicted of conspiring to smuggle sensitive U.S. Navy submarine technology to communist China.
And the existing laws prevent or check foreigners doing so, unless they get married to a Spanish or native woman, which, from their general character, few British would like to do; or by abjuring their religion, and getting naturalized, which is a measure equally or more repugnant to the human breast, unless self-interest is the beacon which directs the path, or is the motive for doing so.
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