annexation

[ an-ik-sey-shuh n, -ek- ]SEE DEFINITION OF annexation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANNEXATION

What they do regard it as, is a menace to their independence, and a prelude to annexation.

At first, as was only natural, the inhabitants could not realize the annexation.

The annexation feeling is reviving in some portions of Lower Canada.

There is a good deal of talk in the newspapers about the annexation of Cuba.

The Germans, as a Frenchman wittily remarked, are born with the mania of annexation.

America calmly resisted all appeals for annexation or for intervention in Cuba.

Great changes were expected; annexation was talked of; the Arabs grew civil.

It seemed not only victory but peace, and peace with annexation.

I went through the war of annexation, from 1885 to 1889, and from it I will draw my examples.

The British annexation of Cape Colony occurred at an unfortunate time.

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