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See definition of emigrating on Dictionary.com
  • as inmigrant/migratory
  • as inmigrational
  • as intransient
  • as intransient/transitory
  • as intransmigratory

synonyms for emigrating

  • ephemeral
  • fleeting
  • short-term
  • transitory
  • brief
  • flash
  • fly-by-night
  • flying
  • fugitive
  • passing
  • short
  • temporal
  • volatile
  • changeable
  • deciduous
  • evanescent
  • flitting
  • fugacious
  • going by
  • impermanent
  • insubstantial
  • migrating
  • momentary
  • moving
  • provisional
  • short-lived
  • transmigratory
  • unstable
  • vacating
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antonyms for emigrating

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  • staying
    • enduring
    • lasting
    • lengthy
    • long
    • long-lived
    • permanent
    • perpetual
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      How to use emigrating in a sentence

      While crossing the sea in 1850, emigrating to Utah, a number of remarkable cases of healing occurred under his administration.
      EARLY SCENES IN CHURCH HISTORYVARIOUS
      Burr's conversation suggested to Bentham a singular scheme for emigrating to Mexico.
      THE ENGLISH UTILITARIANS, VOLUME I.LESLIE STEPHEN
      He was almost in despair, and contemplated the idea of leaving the country, and emigrating to the United States.
      LIVES OF THE ENGINEERSSAMUEL SMILES
      Several years glided by in this happy manner, but reverses at length came; and Robert formed the plan of emigrating to America.
      STORIES AND SKETCHESHARRIET S. CASWELL
      The number of Germans emigrating to Brazil is strikingly small, when compared with the total annual emigration from that country.
      NARRATIVE OF THE CIRCUMNAVIGATION OF THE GLOBE BY THE AUSTRIAN FRIGATE NOVARA, VOLUME IKARL RITTER VON SCHERZER
      His nephew had declared his purpose of emigrating to the United States and becoming an American.
      MR. SCARBOROUGH'S FAMILYANTHONY TROLLOPE
      In 1821 the Stavanger Quakers began to form plans for emigrating to America.
      A HISTORY OF NORWEGIAN IMMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES : FROM THE EARLIEST BEGINNING DOWN TO THE YEAR 1848GEORGE TOBIAS FLOM
      And this he is free to do for the government puts no barrier upon his emigrating.
      A HISTORY OF NORWEGIAN IMMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES : FROM THE EARLIEST BEGINNING DOWN TO THE YEAR 1848GEORGE TOBIAS FLOM
      Not infrequently have pioneers given this as one cause for emigrating in connection with that of economic advantage.
      A HISTORY OF NORWEGIAN IMMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES : FROM THE EARLIEST BEGINNING DOWN TO THE YEAR 1848GEORGE TOBIAS FLOM
      Nevertheless it has in not a few cases been a secondary cause for emigrating.
      A HISTORY OF NORWEGIAN IMMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES : FROM THE EARLIEST BEGINNING DOWN TO THE YEAR 1848GEORGE TOBIAS FLOM
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