federate

[ verb fed-uh-reyt; adjective fed-er-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF federate

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America will federate, the central government will be destroyed.

Meanwhile a movement was under way to federate the unions of a single trade.

She must have fresh supplies of slaves or she would not federate.

There it was that the democratic clubs sought to federate with the view of forming a National Convention.

Dey even took de trunk full o' 'Federate money dat was hid in de swamp.

The founder of our federate republic, our bulwark in war, our guide in peace, is no more.

Books thus will cause the flag of peace Through earth to be unfurled— Produce "the parliament of man," And federate the world.

Then I would seize the chieftainship, and federate a great nation, even as Tshaka had done, and Nangeza should help me to rule it.

“That is the standard of the twelve united states of New Holland, which together form a federate republic,” answered Bacon.

Fust de 'federate sojers come and takes some mules and hosses, den some more come for de corn.

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