Definition of Expatriating

1. Verb. (present participle of expatriate) ¹



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Definition of Expatriating

1. expatriate [v] - See also: expatriate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Expatriating

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expansivities
expansivity
expansure
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expatiate
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expatiation
expatiations
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expatriating (current term)
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expect the unexpected
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Literary usage of Expatriating

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1. History of Armenia by Michael Chamich, John Audall, Mikʻayel Chʻamchʻyantsʻ, Hovhannēs Avdaleantsʻ (1827)
"... after being in the pontificate three years. CHAPTER VIII. The cruelties practised by the Persians in expatriating the Armenians. AD tec5. ..."

2. Abridgment of the Debates of Congress, from 1789 to 1856: From Gales and by United States Congress, Thomas Hart Benton (1858)
"This bill did not relate to persons emigrating into the Spanish or English territories, but to persons expatriating themselves, and engaging in the service ..."

3. The Quarterly Anti-slavery Magazine by American Anti-Slavery Society (1836)
"By the Colonization Society I mean those who cherish expatriating sentiments in respect to the colored people. In order to know, then, who compose the ..."

4. Chambers's Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by James Donald, William Chambers (1878)
"expatriation, eks-pl-tri-ft'shun, n., act of expatriating; exile, voluntary or compulsory, Expect, eks-pekt', vt, to look out for; to wait for ; to look ..."

5. Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism: A Translation from the by Robert Clifford (1799)
"... preaching temperance and mortification both by word and example ; fo indeed, was Voltaire obliged to give up all hopes of expatriating his ..."

6. Stray Shots: Political, Military, Economical, and Social by Edward Robert Sullivan (1884)
"We dissipate British capital in expatriating British subjects, in transferring the very bone and sinews of the Empire to distant climes, in order, forsooth, ..."

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