emigrate

[ em-i-greyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF emigrate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMIGRATE

The stations were invaded by families like mine, who thought it more prudent to emigrate.

Half a million emigrate to our shores, from Ireland, and all Europe, every year.

He did not want Geoff to emigrate, but he sympathized in his love for the country.

Finally it was decided that he should emigrate to New Zealand.

In the villages it becomes a question of starve or emigrate.

M. d'Artois—the royal tennis-player—had been amongst the very first to emigrate.

At all events, Raper was thrown on the world again, and resolved to emigrate.

When their reverses of fortune first befell them, Miss Barrington wished to emigrate.

Sometimes he wanted to enter the army, at others to emigrate to France, etc.

And then she decided to emigrate to the United States, friendless and alone.

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