Need another word that means the same as “emigrant”? Find 5 synonyms and 30 related words for “emigrant” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Emigrant” are: emigre, emigree, outgoer, stranger, visitor
Emigrant as a Noun
Definitions of "Emigrant" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “emigrant” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A person who leaves their own country in order to settle permanently in another.
- Someone who leaves one country to settle in another.
Synonyms of "Emigrant" as a noun (5 Words)
|emigre||Someone who leaves one country to settle in another.|
|emigree||Someone who leaves one country to settle in another.|
|outgoer||A person who or animal that goes out; specifically a person who goes out of a place, office, occupation, or tenancy; (Cricket) a dismissed batsman (now rare).|
|stranger||A person who does not know, or is not known in, a particular place or community.|
He must have been a stranger to the village.
|visitor||Someone who visits.|
The visitors came back into the game with two penalty goals.
Usage Examples of "Emigrant" as a noun
- Emigrant workers.
- She was a Polish emigrant who came to Scotland during the Second World War.
Associations of "Emigrant" (30 Words)
|autonomous||Having the freedom to act independently.|
The spread of autonomous robotic weaponry.
|city||A town created a city by charter and usually containing a cathedral.|
The city voted for Republicans in 1994.
|community||A particular area or place considered together with its inhabitants.|
The preachers and the bootleggers found they had a community of interests.
|country||The people who live in a nation or country.|
The whole country took to the streets.
|county||Relating to or characteristic of aristocratic people with an ancestral home in a particular county.|
The county has a population of 12 345 people.
|diaspora||The dispersion of the Jewish people beyond Israel.|
The diaspora of boat people from Asia.
|emigrate||Leave one’s own country in order to settle permanently in another.|
Rose s parents emigrated to Australia.
|emigration||The act of leaving one’s own country to settle permanently in another; moving abroad.|
Mass emigration from Ireland to the United States.
|expatriate||A person who is voluntarily absent from home or country.|
People that have illegally expatriated funds.
|frontier||A line or border separating two countries.|
He worked at the frontier of brain science.
|ghetto||A poor densely populated city district occupied by a minority ethnic group linked together by economic hardship and social restrictions.|
The relative security of the gay ghetto.
|homeland||A person’s or a people’s native land.|
They have been fighting for an independent homeland for nearly 30 years.
|jewish||Of or relating to Jews or their culture or religion.|
|local||A local train or bus service.|
A local infection.
|municipal||Of or relating to the government of a municipality.|
|municipality||The governing body of a municipality.|
Voters in each municipality choose between four candidates.
|nation||The people who live in a nation or country.|
The news was announced to the nation.
|national||Owned or maintained for the public by the national government.|
A national newspaper.
|neighborhood||People living near one another.|
The price is in the neighborhood of 100.
|outskirts||Outlying areas (as of a city or town.|
He built a new factory on the outskirts of Birmingham.
|population||All the inhabitants of a particular place.|
Areas of sparse population.
The populous city of Shanghai.
|prefecture||The office of prefect.|
Enraged fans besieged the Prefecture of Police.
|province||A principal administrative division of a country or empire.|
I made my way home to the dreary provinces by train.
|resident||Someone who lives at a particular place for a prolonged period or who was born there.|
Resident mute swans and wintering Bewick s swans.
|scotland||One of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; located on the northern part of the island of Great Britain; famous for bagpipes and plaids and kilts.|
|slum||Spend time at a lower social level than one’s own through curiosity or for charitable purposes.|
Businessmen are having to slum it in aircraft economy class seats.
|suburban||Of or characteristic of a suburb.|
Elizabeth despised Ann s house proudness as deeply suburban.
|town||The permanent residents of a university town.|
He has moved to town.
|underpopulated||Having a lower population density than normal or desirable.|
The richly endowed but underpopulated Ivory Coast.