Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun someone who leaves one country to settle in another

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Examples

  • But she also enjoys being compared to the late cosmetics queen Helena Rubinstein, the Polish emigree whose motto was: "There are no ugly women, only lazy ones."

    Cosmetics company chief Dr Irena Eris revels in vanity project

  • The main character is a Russian emigree who was recruited to spy on the Russian mob.

    I am Iron Man : Bev Vincent

  • Even more surprising that she had been a Russian emigree living in Paris when war broke out and had been recruited to the British Secret Service.

    50 entries from June 2007

  • Even more surprising that she had been a Russian emigree living in Paris when war broke out and had been recruited to the British Secret Service.

    Restless

  • Or will NBC rip it off and cast Eddie Izzard as the emigree?

    David Cross Creates UK Television Comedy With Spike Jonze and Will Arnett | /Film

  • And there is very little by way of independent journalism within Burma -- we are dependent on emigree services that do their best to provide some of the news from the periphery.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Even more surprising that she had been a Russian emigree living in Paris when war broke out and had been recruited to the British Secret Service.

    Restless

  • And there is very little by way of independent journalism within Burma -- we are dependent on emigree services that do their best to provide some of the news from the periphery.

    Opaque Burma

  • A worthy old marquise, an emigree and ruined, who had but a solitary maid, continued to say: “My people.”

    Les Miserables

  • I feel compelled to respond to an article written in part about me by emigree contributor Erica Jong.

    Erica Jong and Matt Taibbi in Heated Huffpo Flab-Flap

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