Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of invade.

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Examples

  • The fact is that when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuweit, Europeans and Arab countries would have been incapable of dealing with Saddam Hussein alone.

    Matthew Yglesias » Defense Spending in Europe

  • Then today, Feb. 27, 2009, I discovered that ants had once again invaded the clothes on our bamboo shelves.

    Creatures

  • In their case Stalin invaded the country on that date and despite flagging by the State Department Obama chose that date to deliver what to Poles was bad news.

    Contemporary Mythologies

  • But the restive population is chafing under the yoke of Brussels rule, and is finally invaded from the continent by shock troops arriving via Eurostar.

    Linkspam for 21-7-2009

  • Then today, Feb. 27, 2009, I discovered that ants had once again invaded the clothes on our bamboo shelves.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Pulling out of territory (Gaza) or a country (Lebanon) that you have already invaded is not “peace”, nor is it trading land for peace.

    End of the Year Carnage & Absurdity in Gaza « Antiwar.com Blog

  • A week before Hussein invaded Kuwait, the administration vociferously opposed legislation that would have conditioned US assistance to Iraq on a commitment not to use chemical weapons and to stop the genocide against the Kurds.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • A week before Hussein invaded Kuwait, the administration vociferously opposed legislation that would have conditioned US assistance to Iraq on a commitment not to use chemical weapons and to stop the genocide against the Kurds.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • But months into our studies Saddam Hussein invaded the neighboring country, Kuwait.

    Engaging Iraq: mobilizing the unexpected to the unengaged

  • Was Iraq this violent before the United States and Great Britain invaded?

    Think Progress » Tony Snow Attacks President Carter

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