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synonyms for emigrant

  • alien
  • colonist
  • displaced person
  • evacuee
  • expatriate
  • migrant
  • pilgrim
  • refugee
  • traveler
  • departer
  • exile
  • fugitive
  • migrator
  • outcast
  • wanderer
  • wayfarer
  • émigré
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antonyms for emigrant

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  • nationalist
  • native
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How to use emigrant in a sentence

It’s told by 10 people affected by the disaster, such as a drug trafficker, an emigrant musician and an old woman selling produce in a market.
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She notes that the countries with the greatest number of highly educated emigrants—India, China, and the Philippines—have some of the most travel-restrictive passports.
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At City of Rocks, seek out Register Rock, etched with names and inscriptions from California Trail emigrants who passed through in the 19th century.
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In 2018, thousands of emigrants from Africa and the Middle East risked their lives crossing the Mediterranean Sea to Europe in small, overcrowded boats.
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Interviews with emigrants reveal that many of them have simply lost hope that things will ever get better in their home countries.
WHAT THE HORRIFIC CRASH ON THE BORDER SAYS ABOUT U.S. IMMIGRATION POLICYBY DARA LINDMARCH 4, 2021PROPUBLICA
We had fallen in with the advanced corps of the Emigrant army under the command of the Prince of Condé.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXXXIX. JANUARY, 1844. VOL. LV.VARIOUS
The army of emigrant nobles at Coblentz, within the dominions of the King of Prussia, was rapidly increasing in numbers.
MADAME ROLAND, MAKERS OF HISTORYJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
It is said to be not unusual, for the peasantry of Liverpool, to speak of Mr. Bell, as a benefactor of the emigrant domestics.
THE CONDITION, ELEVATION, EMIGRATION, AND DESTINY OF THE COLORED PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATESMARTIN R. DELANY
The messenger reports that they are on the march from Fort Bent with an emigrant train, and will not be here for a week.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
They had been turned back from the emigrant station on Ellis Island, and were now sadly returning to Liverpool.
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WORDS RELATED TO EMIGRANT

  • crude
  • dependent
  • dominion
  • early American
  • emigrant
  • frontier
  • immigrant
  • new
  • outland
  • pilgrim
  • pioneer
  • prerevolutionary
  • primitive
  • provincial
  • puritan
  • territorial
  • transplanted
  • uncultured
  • unsettled
  • unsophisticated
  • wild
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