migrate

[ mahy-greyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF migrate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MIGRATE

He appears to migrate westward daily, and tempt us to follow him.

Is it any wonder that people, when they have an opportunity, migrate to the city?

Perhaps they migrate to some distant region, where they spawn.

The determination of the two families to migrate made some stir in the town.

It was September, and the instinct to flock and to migrate was at work among them.

And at the approach of winter, (more's the pity), A flock of jays will migrate to the city.

To migrate is to move from one part of the country to another.

But the most interesting thing about these Lemmings is the way they migrate.

Dr. Staines cursed the London season, and threatened to migrate to Liverpool.

Should you accept my proposal, I would advise you not to migrate to Swampyville.

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