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We found both at Stocks, whither we migrated in the summer of 1892.

Betty married, and migrated to a new home in another part of the State.

We migrated to Mayberry the following Monday, as we had agreed to do.

They migrated at first as lowest-class passengers on the commercial lines.

Colonists might have migrated from another Terran-occupied planet.

The inhabitants had all migrated, according to their custom, to spend the winter in more southern hunting-grounds.

Economic activity had left the central hall and migrated to the Exchange.

Time passed, and by slow degrees he migrated from his bed to the sofa.

The Mandyas say that they migrated to Mysore from some place near Tirupati.

The girls and their aunt had migrated into the drawing-room.

WORD ORIGIN

1690s, from Latin migratus, past participle of migrare "to move from one place to another" (see migration). Related: Migrated; migrating.

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