Definition of Patriates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of patriate) ¹



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Definition of Patriates

1. patriate [v] - See also: patriate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Patriates

patriarchate
patriarchates
patriarchdom
patriarchdoms
patriarchial
patriarchic
patriarchically
patriarchies
patriarchism
patriarchisms
patriarchs
patriarchship
patriarchy
patriate
patriated
patriates (current term)
patriating
patriation
patriations
patricentric
patrician
patricianism
patricianisms
patricianly
patricians
patriciate
patriciates
patricidal
patricide
patricides

Literary usage of Patriates

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1. British Policy and Opinion During the Franco-Prussian War by Dora Neill Raymond (1921)
"Indignation over the bombardment and fear for the ex- patriates was heightened when news came to England that churches, schools, asylums, and hospitals were ..."

2. American Character by Brander Matthews (1906)
"... the enterprise just referred to, unsatisfied by the attack from within, hied away to Paris, where he still remains with some of his fellow ex-patriates. ..."

3. Fighting Starvation in Belgium by Vernon Lyman Kellogg (1918)
"patriates, he was able to refer them to three American engineers and business men resident in Brussels: Messrs ..."

4. Japanese Corporate Activities in Asia: Implications for U. S. by Diane L. Manifold (1998)
"... trade 29The term "overseas Chinese" refers to Chinese ex-patriates living anywhere outside of China, and of particular note in this case, in Indonesia, ..."

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