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- n. One who establishes or joins a colony; a colonist
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who promotes or establishes a colony; a colonist.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who colonizes; one who establishes colonies. Also coloniser.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who helps to found a colony
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"colonizer" -- an underground union organizer -- in a meatpacking plant in Chicago.
Also, it is far more difficult to fight the 'colonizer' within.
We are just more sensitive to these things when the 'colonizer' speaks as we should be.
In a remarkable act of maturity, three of the successor states agreed to surrender their nuclear weapons to a country some viewed as their former colonizer.
Gbagbo has characterized the U.N. as an occupying army, coming to impose the will of the former colonizer France, and demanded the departure of the peacekeeping presence.
Tshisekedi returned to Congo in December after being treated for three years for an unspecified ailment in South Africa and Belgium, Congo's former colonizer.
He called the rebels "traitors" and denounced NATO as a "colonizer" for staging airstrikes in support of the uprising.
The colonizer then insists such monstrosities must be kept apart from normal society.
America's secret entry into the war in Laos in the early 1960s finally destroyed his vision of "an America that used its power to build democracy in the region, that could distinguish between local grievances and global communism, and that inspired Asians as a liberator, not as a new colonizer."
The former colonizer also said Tuesday it would scale back its military force in Ivory Coast and give euro400 million $580 million in aid to restore public services and boost the country's economy.