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  • as inforeign
  • as inoverseas

synonyms for transoceanic

  • alien
  • different
  • external
  • offshore
  • overseas
  • unfamiliar
  • strange
  • adopted
  • alienated
  • antipodal
  • barbarian
  • barbaric
  • borrowed
  • derived
  • distant
  • estranged
  • exiled
  • exotic
  • expatriate
  • extralocal
  • extraneous
  • extrinsic
  • far
  • far-fetched
  • far-off
  • faraway
  • from abroad
  • immigrant
  • imported
  • inaccessible
  • nonnative
  • nonresident
  • not domestic
  • not native
  • outlandish
  • outside
  • remote
  • unaccustomed
  • unexplored
  • unknown
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antonyms for transoceanic

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  • characteristic
  • familiar
  • known
  • local
  • national
  • native
  • regular
  • relevant
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    How to use transoceanic in a sentence

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    This was laid in New York Harbor; and from it he was the first to conceive that stupendous idea of the transoceanic telegraph.
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    It is, therefore, especially suitable for transoceanic journeys.
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