from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To invest with imperial authority, character, or style
- v. To bring to the form of an empire
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To invest with imperial authority, character, or style; to bring to the form of an empire.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make imperial; endow with imperial form, character, or authority.
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To attempt to imperialize other realms would be contrary to the true doctrine.
He wanted to de - imperialize the presidency, much more human, a young staff.
The Republican base wants to know their next Republican president will be equally willing to imperialize the world in order for them to profiteer off of it.
Will the West de-monopolize its interests in the region and pursue a road-map to de-imperialize their holdings in the Persian Gulf?
I said to them, if someone says "you are Christlike," you have two options: you can say, "Please don't imperialize my religion," or you can say "Thank you."
The attempt to imperialize into existence a friendly democratic regime in Iraq as part of the regional strategy has had mixed results -- but the results are mixed, not a failure.