annexational

annexation

[an-ik-sey-shuhn, -ek-]
noun
1.
the act or an instance of annexing, especially new territory.
2.
the fact of being annexed.
3.
something annexed.

Origin:
1605–15; < Medieval Latin annexātiōn- (stem of annexātiō), equivalent to annexāt(us) joined to (past participle of annexāre; see annex, -ate1) + -iōn- -ion

annexational, adjective
antiannexation, adjective
deannexation, noun
nonannexation, noun
proannexation, adjective
reannexation, noun
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annexation (ˌænɪkˈseɪʃən, -ɛk-)
 
n
1.  the act of annexing, esp territory, or the condition of being annexed
2.  something annexed
 
annexational
 
adj
 
annexationism
 
n
 
annexationist
 
n

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annexation
1620s, from M.L. annexiationem (nom. annexatio) "action of annexing," noun of action from annexatus, pp. of annexare (see annex).
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