annex

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Synonyms for annex

Synonyms for annex

to add as a supplement or an appendix

a part added to a main structure

Synonyms for annex

an addition that extends a main building

take (territory) as if by conquest

attach to

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In its representation of such proposals, Juanita's criticisms of Cuban society often suggest the benefits Cuba might experience from union with the United States; the novel, though, rejects antebellum annexationism on antislavery grounds.
What do the Jews want here?" Too "international and England-friendly," another liberal argued, the Jews simply did not understand the "contradictions between the races" which justified German annexationism. (46) Of course, most Jewish liberals were not pacifists.
(19) The desire for access to American markets, coupled with the fear of French Canadian political domination, caused a brief but fervent outburst of American annexationism in 1849-1850.