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Synonyms for emigrant

one who emigrates

Synonyms for emigrant

someone who leaves one country to settle in another

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No doubt he must have been abominably sea-sick and abominably unhappy --this soft and passionate adventurer, taken thus out of his knowledge, and feeling bitterly as he lay in his emigrant bunk his utter loneliness; for his was a highly sensitive nature.
Thereupon Neil sheered off; and the chief singer in our boat struck into a melancholy air, which was presently taken up both by the emigrants and their friends upon the beach, so that it sounded from all sides like a lament for the dying.
An old man playing at see-saw, I took up the first volume once and looked it over, but I soon found it would not do; indeed I guessed what sort of stuff it must be before I saw it: as soon as I heard she had married an emigrant, I was sure I should never be able to get through it.
When this was done, my aunt and Agnes rose, and parted from the emigrants.
The picture of human life in the market-place, though its general tint was the sad gray, brown, or black of the English emigrants, was yet enlivened by some diversity of hue.
Evening slowly steals upon the landscape and changes it before me, when we stop to set some emigrants ashore.
In addition to this, the country in which the emigrant lives benefits from the charges made on the money sent.
After that, new sources of information about emigration made the process more comprehensible, enabling the emigrants to make increasingly rationalized decisions about embarkation and destination, and this quickly expanded the emigrant pool.
The lifestyle of Yemeni emigrant families living in Saudi Arabia doesn't differ much than that in Yemen, as the father goes to the work in the morning and the woman stays at home tending to the children and the home.
The fest--with feature films, docs and children's films--presented the Douglas Sirk award, named after Hamburg's most prestigious film emigrant Detlef Sierck, to David Cronenberg on Sept.
Previously, he served as First Vice President and Director of Commercial Real Estate for Emigrant Realty Finance/Emigrant Bank.
Fine Gael said emigrant support centres should be allowed to apply for funding from the Dormant Accounts Disbursement Board, which administers a 300m euros kitty.
Alfredo, aged 82, from Radford, was amazed to find that he was the oldest living emigrant from the southern Italian village of San Biase living in the UK.
Doctors at sea; emigrant voyages to colonial Australia.
Besides the emigrant work, Loehe initiated a second social project: the founding of the Deaconess Institute in Neuendettelsau in the year 1854.