Definition of Emigre

1. Noun. Someone who leaves one country to settle in another.

Exact synonyms: Emigrant, Emigree, Outgoer
Generic synonyms: Migrant, Migrator
Derivative terms: Emigrate



Definition of Emigre

1. Noun. One who has departed their native land, often as a refugee. ¹

2. Noun. An emigrant, one who departs their native land to become an immigrant in another. ¹

3. Noun. A Frenchman who has departed their native land, especially a royalist who left during the French Revolution. ¹

4. Noun. An emigrant, one who departs their native land to become an immigrant in another, especially a political exile. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Emigre

1. an emigrant [n -S] - See also: emigrant

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Emigre

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emigrant
emigrants
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emigrated
emigrates
emigrating
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emigration theory
emigrational
emigrationist
emigrationists
emigrations
emigrator
emigrators
emigre (current term)
emigree
emigres
emilite
eminence
eminence grise
eminence of concha
eminence of scapha
eminence of triangular fossa of auricle
eminences
eminencies
eminency
eminent
eminent domain
eminentia

Literary usage of Emigre

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1. Dutch Type by Jan Middendorp (2004)
"As interesting and effective fonts for the Mac were lacking, Licko began designing custom fonts for the magazine. On the strength of the showings in emigre, ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1790)
"... with whom Dr. T. was not emigre-cable terms tor many year?. Гр. ,iR,695. .... emigre ..."

3. The Great Violinists and Pianists by George Titus Ferris (1881)
"The French emigre Dufour uses his Influence with Dr. Spohr, Sr., to have the Boy devoted to a Musical Career.—Goes to Brunswick for fuller Musical ..."

4. Beaumarchais and the War of American Independence by Elizabeth Sarah Kite (1918)
"... Guns for the Government —Goes to Holland as Agent of Comite de Salut Public— Declared an emigre—Confiscation of his Goods—Imprisonment of his Family—The ..."

5. Mair's Introduction to Latin Syntax by John Mair, David Patterson, Aglionby Ross Carson (1828)
"Who of mortals, that lias the spirit of n man, can emigre ilmt they should have an excess of w«allb, ..."

6. The Last Colonel of the Irish Brigade: Count O'Connell, and Old Irish Life by Mary Anne Bianconi O'Connell (1892)
"... affecting picture of the emigre army—O'Connell in Brussels—Count O'Connell's nephews—St. Omer's —Maurice O'Connell, ..."

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