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Synonyms for emigrate

move abroad


Synonyms for emigrate

to leave one's native land and settle in another

Antonyms for emigrate

leave one's country of residence for a new one

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They decided that they should all marry and then emigrate to the banks of the Susquehanna (chosen, it has been said, because of its beautiful name), and there form a little Utopia.
volunteers will not be wanting," answered Bronsfield; "and if it were allowed, half of the earth's inhabitants would emigrate to the moon
It is on record that three times nearly all the inhabitants have been obliged to emigrate to the south.
At the age of twenty-seven, abandoning the hope which he had already begun to cherish of becoming the national poet of Scotland, he had determined in despair to emigrate to Jamaica to become an overseer on a plantation.
For those reasons I was ordered to emigrate to England and to wait.
Razumihin, in his youthful ardour, had firmly resolved to lay the foundations at least of a secure livelihood during the next three or four years, and saving up a certain sum, to emigrate to Siberia, a country rich in every natural resource and in need of workers, active men and capital.