Definition for DE-NA'TION-AL-IZE

DE-NA'TION-AL-IZE, v.t. [de and nation.]

To divest of national character or rights, by transference to the service of another nation. A ship built and registered in the United States, is denationalized by being employed in the service of another nation and bearing its flag. – French Decrees. Dec. of the Prince Regent.

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