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  • n. Plural form of emigrator.

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Examples

  • Sweetwater with the emigrators as pilot, living upon bacon, bread, milk, and sich like mushy stuff.

    What I Saw in California

  • We know not how it may be the fashion to eat the said cakes in Scotland, but here the good emigrators seem to like them carefully buttered on both sides.

    Paul Clifford — Complete

  • Accordingly, in his forty-first year, he joined the Athenian emigrators that in the south of Italy established a colony at Thurium (B.C. 443).

    Athens: Its Rise and Fall, Complete

  • We know not how it may be the fashion to eat the said cakes in Scotland, but _here_ the good emigrators seem to like them carefully buttered on both sides.

    Paul Clifford — Volume 01

  • Eighty-three years last ----; and yet old Greenwood could handle the rifle as well as the best on 'em, but for this infernal humour in my eyes, caught three years ago in bringing the emigrators over the _de_-sart. "

    What I Saw in California

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