republicanize

re·pub·li·can·ize

 (rĭ-pŭb′lĭ-kə-nīz′)
tr.v. re·pub·li·can·ized, re·pub·li·can·iz·ing, re·pub·li·can·iz·es
To make republican.

re·pub′li·can·i·za′tion (-kə-nĭ-zā′shən) n.
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republicanize

(rɪˈpʌblɪkəˌnaɪz) or

republicanise

vb
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (tr) to make republican
reˌpublicaniˈzation, reˌpublicaniˈsation n
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republicanize


Past participle: republicanized
Gerund: republicanizing

Imperative
republicanize
republicanize
Present
I republicanize
you republicanize
he/she/it republicanizes
we republicanize
you republicanize
they republicanize
Preterite
I republicanized
you republicanized
he/she/it republicanized
we republicanized
you republicanized
they republicanized
Present Continuous
I am republicanizing
you are republicanizing
he/she/it is republicanizing
we are republicanizing
you are republicanizing
they are republicanizing
Present Perfect
I have republicanized
you have republicanized
he/she/it has republicanized
we have republicanized
you have republicanized
they have republicanized
Past Continuous
I was republicanizing
you were republicanizing
he/she/it was republicanizing
we were republicanizing
you were republicanizing
they were republicanizing
Past Perfect
I had republicanized
you had republicanized
he/she/it had republicanized
we had republicanized
you had republicanized
they had republicanized
Future
I will republicanize
you will republicanize
he/she/it will republicanize
we will republicanize
you will republicanize
they will republicanize
Future Perfect
I will have republicanized
you will have republicanized
he/she/it will have republicanized
we will have republicanized
you will have republicanized
they will have republicanized
Future Continuous
I will be republicanizing
you will be republicanizing
he/she/it will be republicanizing
we will be republicanizing
you will be republicanizing
they will be republicanizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been republicanizing
you have been republicanizing
he/she/it has been republicanizing
we have been republicanizing
you have been republicanizing
they have been republicanizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been republicanizing
you will have been republicanizing
he/she/it will have been republicanizing
we will have been republicanizing
you will have been republicanizing
they will have been republicanizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been republicanizing
you had been republicanizing
he/she/it had been republicanizing
we had been republicanizing
you had been republicanizing
they had been republicanizing
Conditional
I would republicanize
you would republicanize
he/she/it would republicanize
we would republicanize
you would republicanize
they would republicanize
Past Conditional
I would have republicanized
you would have republicanized
he/she/it would have republicanized
we would have republicanized
you would have republicanized
they would have republicanized
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She campaigned not to secure a broader range of choices for women, but to perfect and republicanize the institution of marriage so that women might realize their potential as mothers and Christians.
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Such an attitude tempts a republican people to republicanize everything so as to make government resemble a monarchy as little as possible.
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As for Jefferson, Skelton disagrees with Theodore Crackel's contention that the third president and his advisers tried to "Republicanize" the officer echelons.(1) But Skelton readily acknowledges that in the military buildup before and during the War of 1812 political considerations were hardly ignored, particularly in the general officer category, where many if not most men appointed from civilian life had been active in the Republican party.
There then arose the question of whether the role of Republican women was t, "republicanize" the women's movement or to "feminize" the Republican movement.
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No PGS workers ever devised a consistently radical politics, he argues, to challenge the industrial elite, and efforts to republicanize the workplace came to naught.
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