colony[ kol-uh-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF colony
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLONY
What the colony looked for was, that every man who went into the Council would do his duty.
We hastened on, and to our delight found one of the best springs in the colony.
Since they came to this colony they had been fed and clothed, and no one would take any money.
This was his way of saying that he had more labor to get through than any other man in the Colony.
Adjoining the latter was a colony of quiet and inoffensive Beavers.
A group representing the French colony presented me with a friendly address.
For all that the world knew of the malgamite workers, they might have been a colony of lepers.
Persons professing these creeds were sternly excluded from the colony.
The Commodities they bring to the Colony, if there is a Demand for them.
The second reason is, That in this colony a scarcity is never to be apprehended.