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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of foreignize.
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The Countess was immensely admired, and though her sisters said that she was 'foreignized' overmuch, they clung to her desperately.
Just like the old days when he would be out there with Mizner and the guys, running along the sidewalks of Kernsville in pretend slow motion as the half-miler Benny Vaughn did his mock-serious announcer, giving them all funny foreignized names to make them sound more glamorous, doing the play-by-play as they made agonistic faces and leaned histrionically toward the imaginary finish line.
Those absentees have their reward in profligate sons, and foreignized daughters, in giving them manners ridiculous to the people of the Continent, and disgusting to their countrymen -- morals adopting the grossness of continental life, and general habits rendered utterly unfit for a return to their country, and, of course, for any rational and meritorious conduct, until they sink into the grave.
The general impression is, that in order to civilize and Christianize the African, he must be foreignized.
Africa and the American Negro...Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa Held Under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition December 13-15, 1895.
We are getting foreignized rapidly and with facility.
After explaining to Emma that Canton was “not nearly so foreignized as Shanghai,” May-ling wrote that the Suns’ mountain house looked down on soldiers’ barracks, my brother-in-law’s soldiers.