View definitions for emigrating
adjective as in migrant/migratory
adjective as in migrational
adjective as in transient
adjective as in transient/transitory
The du Pont family descended from Huguenot nobility in Burgundy, emigrating to the United States in 1800.
In 1993 Milchberg travelled to Warsaw, in the company of his daughter Anne, for the first time since emigrating.
Jews were also emigrating to the city from other parts of Europe.
It obviously doesn't work, but the "apps" on the wooden machine are all related to emigrating from Cuba.
Hou became fascinated by stocks shortly after emigrating to the United States.
While crossing the sea in 1850, emigrating to Utah, a number of remarkable cases of healing occurred under his administration.
Burr's conversation suggested to Bentham a singular scheme for emigrating to Mexico.
He was almost in despair, and contemplated the idea of leaving the country, and emigrating to the United States.
Several years glided by in this happy manner, but reverses at length came; and Robert formed the plan of emigrating to America.
The number of Germans emigrating to Brazil is strikingly small, when compared with the total annual emigration from that country.
On this page you'll find 172 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to emigrating, such as: casual, changing, drifting, errant, gypsy, and immigrant.
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