migrant

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SEE DEFINITION OF migrant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MIGRANT

On the whole, Mr. Epstein does not find the Negro an exception to any other migrant.

The Gadwell is not an uncommon spring migrant; Olmstead saw it 10 mi.

Audubon's Warbler is a common winter visitant and migrant in Coahuila.

Wilson's Warbler is a common spring and probably fall migrant in Coahuila.

These were the migrant herds of the Dinoceras, just arrived at their new pasturage.

Migrant; occasionally winter resident; not known to breed in State.

Migrant; rare, if not accidental; only one specimen, and that a female.

Peter, like Bob, is a night migrant, stopping in the daytime for rest and food.

There was also eubele, the migrant, keeping rather to itself.

No, the thrush is not a migrant in the sense that the nightingale is or the turtle-dove.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR MIGRANT

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