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  • as inemigration
  • as inimmigration

synonyms for resettlement

  • colonization
  • crossing
  • defection
  • departure
  • displacement
  • exile
  • exodus
  • expatriation
  • journey
  • leaving
  • march
  • movement
  • peregrination
  • relocation
  • removal
  • settling
  • shift
  • transplanting
  • travel
  • trek
  • voyage
  • wandering
  • homesteading
  • moving
  • reestablishment
  • uprooting
  • travel
  • exodus
  • migration
  • displacement
  • exile
  • voyage
  • relocation
  • removal
  • movement
  • transmigration
  • defection
  • march
  • peregrination
  • colonization
  • journey
  • expatriation
  • trek
  • shift
  • departure
  • crossing
  • wandering
  • moving
  • settling
  • transplanting
  • leaving
  • homesteading
  • reestablishment
  • uprooting
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antonyms for resettlement

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  • arrival
  • entrance
  • arriving
  • immigration
  • remaining
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How to use resettlement in a sentence

On his resettlement in England, he employed himself in revising and enlarging his admirable Martyrology.
FOX'S BOOK OF MARTYRSJOHN FOXE
Resettlement of the land, and independence of outside food supply, is the only hope of welfare and safety for this country.
ANOTHER SHEAFJOHN GALSWORTHY
America, during the time of my visit, was afraid of taking too strong a lead in the resettlement of Europe.
PEOPLE OF DESTINYPHILIP GIBBS
The resettlement of the area after the massacre was delayed.
THE FIRST SEVENTEEN YEARS: VIRGINIA 1607-1624CHARLES E. HATCH
It was in this way that she came at last to exercise a decisive voice in the resettlement of Germany, not to say of Europe.
THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND - VOL XIGEORGE BRODRICK
With smaller resources and in a colder light the resettlement of Bohemia was a work of compromise, not spontaneous achievement.
VIE DE BOHMEORLO WILLIAMS
He therefore moved to amend the resolution before the committee so as to require a resettlement of the debt.
THE LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON, VOL. 4 (OF 5)JOHN MARSHALL
The allied powers are agreed that the European resettlement must be inspired by the principle of nationality.
NEW YORK TIMES CURRENT HISTORY: THE EUROPEAN WAR, VOL 2, NO. 1, APRIL, 1915VARIOUS
The second point concerns the resettlement of returned soldiers upon the land and their restarting in business.
DOWN UNDER WITH THE PRINCEEVERARD COTES
He proposed to use this new wealth to provide seed, stock, and agricultural implements for the resettlement of the land.
THE OUTLINE OF HISTORY: BEING A PLAIN HISTORY OF LIFE AND MANKINDHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
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WORDS RELATED TO RESETTLEMENT

  • colonization
  • crossing
  • defection
  • departure
  • displacement
  • exile
  • exodus
  • expatriation
  • homesteading
  • journey
  • leaving
  • march
  • movement
  • moving
  • peregrination
  • reestablishment
  • relocation
  • removal
  • resettlement
  • settling
  • shift
  • transplanting
  • travel
  • trek
  • uprooting
  • voyage
  • wandering
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.