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noun as in the spreading out of a group of people

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Humans could jump-start a diaspora whereby ever-more complex intelligence spreads through the galaxy, transcending our limitations.

To add to the appeal, you can even pay for a loved one’s appointment remotely if you live in the diaspora.

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The very essence of the collection speaks to Blackness all over the diaspora.

The Herald Angels Sing, and I believe that holiday cheer is a part of the diaspora, as well as other places around the world.

There’s also Ashley Alexis McFarlane, who bills her signature jewelry line, Omi Woods, as “contemporary heirlooms that celebrate our connection to Africa and her diaspora.”

Most coup members “lived in the diaspora in the United States and Germany,” Faal said.

The answer is left unclear, but Diaspora is certainly intended to be profitable.

“The general mindset in Israel regarding its responsibility towards the diaspora is based on three principles,” Yadlin said.

But in the case of Israel, it has a special obligation to protect the Jewish diaspora.

Evans, 85, thinks of himself as part of a British media “diaspora” which is currently in its third wave.

The same aloofness characterizes the Jews of the rest of the eighteenth century diaspora.

Scattered through the world there will be Americans, participants in a bitter diaspora.

These lands of Jewish settlement outside of Palestine are called the Diaspora.

Let us remember this in his favor; also that he used his power to secure protection for Jews in the Diaspora.

All the Jews of the Diaspora now seized the occasion to throw off the hated Roman yoke.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to diaspora, such as: exodus, disbandment, dispersal, dispersion, dissolution, and escape.

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