Definition of Emigres

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of émigrés) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of émigré) ¹

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Definition of Emigres

1. emigre [n] - See also: emigre

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Emigres

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emigrated
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emigration theory
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emigres (current term)
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eminence
eminence grise
eminence of concha
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eminence of triangular fossa of auricle
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eminentia abducentis
eminentia arcuata

Literary usage of Emigres

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1. The Constitutions and Other Select Documents Illustrative of the History of by Frank Maloy Anderson (1904)
"The emigres are forever banished from French territory; they are civilly dead ... emigres are: ist. Every Frenchman of either sex who, after having left the ..."

2. The Cambridge Modern History by John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero, Ernest Alfred Benians (1907)
"This time he boldly resolved to couple a scheme for the indemnification of the emigres with the plan for the conversion of stock which he had preluded by ..."

3. Bonaparte and the Consulate by Antoine-Claire Thibaudeau (1908)
"Those emigres, for the most part nobles in opposition to the Revolution, ... But these emigres formed only a small proportion of the total number of those ..."

4. Rheinsberg: Memorials of Frederick the Great and Prince Henry of Prussia by Andrew Hamilton (1880)
"THE emigres. French Royalists and French Republicans—The emigres look to ... The emigres, who came crowding across the Rhine, had counted on him as the ..."

5. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"... of the army which was fretting under the command of emigres who had once fought against France, but were then being appointed to important commands, ..."

6. Alsace-Lorraine: A Study in Conquest: 1913 by David Starr Jordan (1916)
"These constitute the "emigres" or emigrants. Germans who have since come in from "Old Germany" are spoken of as "Immigres," ..."

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