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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of expatriate.


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  • Page 15 was early expatriated from the place of his birth, transferred to the wilderness, subsisted on scanty fare, and made to serve strangers.

    The Assassinated President

  • But the proposal is limited to a small number of so-called expatriated companies, corporations that have moved their place of incorporation into a tax haven.

    GlaxoSmithKline, IRS Tangle in Tax Court

  • And if I have, as I have read, since then "expatriated" myself, my whole absence has not been much longer than was that of Washington Irving, and I trust to be able to prove that I have "left my country for my country's good" -- albeit in a somewhat better sense than that which was implied by the poet.


  • Thus the "expatriated" family assembled to morning prayers, and to partake of their first Highland breakfast.

    Freaks on the Fells Three Months' Rustication

  • "expatriated" New Zealander who embarks on a journey from London back to New Zealand.

    NZ On Screen

  • Jennifer is a recently expatriated New Yorker who now lives in Providence.

    Rhode Island Dining: Evelyn’s Drive In

  • As an expatriated Texan who has lived for the past 12 years in Ecuador, I have appreciated your blog site.

    Pickled shrimp with lime | Homesick Texan

  • I guess that makes it seem as if Francois Truffaut expatriated to Muscle Shoals.

    Shawn Amos: PLAY > SKIP: This Week's New Music

  • In the early 1970s, she expatriated herself, angrily denouncing the treatment of African-Americans in the USA and eventually settled in the South of France.

    Five People Born on February 21 | myFiveBest

  • This is not something new ... we've been doing this since WW2, when anyone who went to fight for Japan or Germany was expatriated.

    Joe Should Go


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