Definition of Remigrated

1. Verb. (present participle of remigrate) ¹



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Definition of Remigrated

1. remigrate [v] - See also: remigrate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Remigrated

remerging
remet
remethylatable
remethylate
remethylated
remethylation
remex
remifentanil
remiform
remigate
remigated
remigates
remiges
remigial
remigrate
remigrated (current term)
remigrates
remigrating
remigration
remigrations
remikiren
remilitarisation
remilitarise
remilitarization
remilitarizations
remilitarize
remilitarized
remilitarizes
remilitarizing
remind

Literary usage of Remigrated

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1. A History of Spain from the Earliest Times to the Death of Ferdinand the by Ulick Ralph ( Burke (1895)
"... when the professors and students migrated or remigrated to Barcelona, are now fast falling into decay, and Cervera is chiefly interesting as being the ..."

2. European Animals: Their Geological History and Geographical Distribution by Robert Francis Scharff (1907)
"... and its peculiar habitat among pine forests, could have been driven out of the Arctic regions to Southern Europe, and then have remigrated to the Arctic ..."

3. European Animals: Their Geological History and Geographical Distribution by Robert Francis Scharff (1907)
"... habitat among pine forests, could have been driven out of the Arctic regions to Southern Europe, and then have remigrated to the Arctic regions, ..."

4. The Kentucky Warbler by James Lane Allen (1918)
"Virginia did not please him and he remigrated to Pennsylvania. There he tried one school after another in various places and finally settled on the ..."

5. A History of Spain from the Earliest Times to the Death of Ferdinand the by Ulick Ralph Burke (1900)
"The ugly buildings, which were abandoned in 1837, when the professors and students migrated or remigrated to Barcelona, are now fast falling into decay, ..."

6. A History of Spain from the Earliest Times to the Death of Ferdinand the by Ulick Ralph Burke (1895)
"The ugly buildings, which were abandoned in •837, when the professors and students migrated or remigrated to Barcelona, ..."

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