Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of emigrate.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Typically, when we think of escaping from America, we're referring to Americans emigrating from the United States to some other locale.

    Escape From America Without Leaving America

  • Unlike emigrating from the United States, which is a much simpler process, dealing with residency versus non-residency for Canadians is a slippery slope of ambiguity and is difficult to interpret.

    Mexico, the Trick is Living Here by Julia Taylor

  • Allan and I are being interviewed today by a writer with the Kyodo News Service for a story about Americans who are emigrating from the US.

    hi big soccer!

  • They would ask for blankets, perhaps, or for help in emigrating to Scandinavia.

    The Accuser

  • I get email on a regular basis from Americans interested in emigrating to Canada.

    a reader writes

  • We have had friends on and off inquire about what is involved in emigrating to Canada.

    why they stay put

  • Why is emigrating from the US considered such a radical thing to do?

    Archive 2004-11-01

  • In the intervening period, we have seen a series of attacks and counterattacks by provincial and federal governments which has resulted in severe cutbacks of industry investment programmes, collapse of investor confidence, and a deterioration in the morale of skilled people to the extent that some are emigrating from the country.

    The Incredible Resource Battle

  • Ontario House also became the centre for information about Canada for the thousands of British men and women who are interested in emigrating to Canada when they are able to do so.

    The Prime Minister Reports

  • I’ve been asked by people for assistance in emigrating before, and politely declined, because I’d prefer people stay in their communities and work to improve their communities.

    Matthew Yglesias » Haiti and Foreign Aid Critis

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