Definition of Colonists. Meaning of Colonists. Synonyms of Colonists

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Definition of Colonists

Colonist
Colonist Col"o*nist, n. A member or inhabitant of a colony.

Meaning of Colonists from wikipedia

- nationals to settle in sp****ly po****ted lands. These settlers were called "colonists". See, e.g., articles Slavo-Serbia, Volga German, Volhynia, Russians in...
- to the Colonists due to extreme cold. As such, humanity was spared immediate invasion, and The Syndicate began negotiations with the Colonists. In 1973...
- largely removed the colonists' need of colonial protection. The British and colonists triumphed jointly over a common foe. The colonists' loyalty to the mother...
- to take the colonists back to England. Several accepted, including metallurgist Joachim Gans. On this return voyage, the Roanoke colonists introduced tobacco...
- The Colonist was a w****ly English-language tabloid newspaper published in Sydney from 1835 to 1840. The Colonist was founded by John Dunmore Lang with...
- failed to satisfy the colonists with the number of weapons and tools that he returned. A long standoff ensued, during which the colonists kept Pocahontas captive...
- often hailed as the point where the colonists first set foot on their new homeland. The area where the colonists settled had been identified as "New Plymouth"...
- largely removed the colonists' need of colonial protection. The British and colonists triumphed jointly over a common foe. The colonists' loyalty to the mother...
- Roanoke Colony was an enterprise financed and organized by Sir Walter Raleigh in the late 16th century to establish a permanent English settlement in the...
- material may be challenged and removed. Find sources: "List of Jamestown colonists" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (June 2010) (Learn how...
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