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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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However, the United States continued to entertain annexationist proposals and imperial ambitions during the postbellum period, after slavery's demise in the United States.
Lee, a onetime bankrupt shipbuilder had allied himself with the Annexationist party in 1850.
For them, boycotts are only wrong if they are directed against the nationalist, annexationist policies of this government.
While the traditional view of Vietnam as the region of the Red River delta clearly conveyed the importance of origins, it also called attention to Vietnam's annexationist past.
Todd, who had been members of the Puerto Rican section of the Cuban Revolutionary Party's struggle for independence, also shared annexationist ideas as some other Cubans leaders did.
"The United States is intensifying the economic war, the internal subversion, the anti-Cuba propaganda and the pressures on the rest of the world designed to pave the way for a direct military intervention that would destroy the Revolution, end our independence and sovereignty, and realize the old annexationist fantasy of seizing control of Cuba."
Max Mauernbrecher, a Wilhelmine left liberal of middle-class background--and for many years a socialist--became a wartime annexationist, a volkisch Pan-German, and eventually campaigned for the Nazi Party.
Resonant with the annexationist politics of half a century earlier, revolution and statehood supporters continued to ignore a long history of U.S.
Obama's deep ties to American Zionist policies and organizations and their loyalties to the new far right wing Israeli annexationist regime precludes the pursuit of any policy which could open the way toward a 'two-state' resolution of the conflict.
Germany's annexationist war aims were not formulated by the Kaiser because he "never developed any settled idea of what territory Germany should claim at the moment of victory ...
The United States has had an unusually high level of involvement in Cuba that has included annexationist movements in both countries, including the U.S.