Similar words: emigrant, emigrate, emigration, migraine, immigrant, migration, migratory, immigrate. Meaning: n. someone who leaves one country to settle in another.
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1. Several hundred Bosnian refugees and emigres demonstrated outside the main entrance.
2. He was one of the emigres who left France after the French Revolution.
3. A great number of emigres arrived daily from the mainland, left homeless and often destitute of all worldly possessions.
4. Afro-Cuban emigre Philbert Armenteros, founder of the Miami band Los Herederos (The Inheritors), says his music can channel important messages from the gods of his African ancestors.
5. He was an old emigre gentleman, blind and penniless, who was playing his flute in his attic, in order to pass the time.
6. I often travelled abroad with him as his driver when he investigated the activities of our revolutionary emigres.
7. In his speech he made no mention of her second husband, the emigre theatre director Fyodor Komisarjevsky.
8. So we've brought him along today to see how even these emigre Russian aristocrats and bourgeois can still scrape a living!
9. Among some of the more popular display type foundries are Emigre , T-26, and House industries.