EMIGRANT: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for EMIGRANT?

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)

emigreSomeone who leaves one country to settle in another.
emigreeSomeone who leaves one country to settle in another.
outgoerA 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).
strangerA person who does not know, or is not known in, a particular place or community.
He must have been a stranger to the village.
visitorSomeone 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)

autonomousHaving the freedom to act independently.
The spread of autonomous robotic weaponry.
cityA town created a city by charter and usually containing a cathedral.
The city voted for Republicans in 1994.
communityA particular area or place considered together with its inhabitants.
The preachers and the bootleggers found they had a community of interests.
countryThe people who live in a nation or country.
The whole country took to the streets.
countyRelating to or characteristic of aristocratic people with an ancestral home in a particular county.
The county has a population of 12 345 people.
diasporaThe dispersion of the Jewish people beyond Israel.
The diaspora of boat people from Asia.
emigrateLeave one’s own country in order to settle permanently in another.
Rose s parents emigrated to Australia.
emigrationThe act of leaving one’s own country to settle permanently in another; moving abroad.
Mass emigration from Ireland to the United States.
expatriateA person who is voluntarily absent from home or country.
People that have illegally expatriated funds.
frontierA line or border separating two countries.
He worked at the frontier of brain science.
ghettoA 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.
homelandA person’s or a people’s native land.
They have been fighting for an independent homeland for nearly 30 years.
jewishOf or relating to Jews or their culture or religion.
localA local train or bus service.
A local infection.
municipalOf or relating to the government of a municipality.
Municipal offices.
municipalityThe governing body of a municipality.
Voters in each municipality choose between four candidates.
nationThe people who live in a nation or country.
The news was announced to the nation.
nationalOwned or maintained for the public by the national government.
A national newspaper.
neighborhoodPeople living near one another.
The price is in the neighborhood of 100.
outskirtsOutlying areas (as of a city or town.
He built a new factory on the outskirts of Birmingham.
populationAll the inhabitants of a particular place.
Areas of sparse population.
populousDensely populated.
The populous city of Shanghai.
prefectureThe office of prefect.
Enraged fans besieged the Prefecture of Police.
provinceA principal administrative division of a country or empire.
I made my way home to the dreary provinces by train.
residentSomeone who lives at a particular place for a prolonged period or who was born there.
Resident mute swans and wintering Bewick s swans.
scotlandOne 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.
slumSpend 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.
suburbanOf or characteristic of a suburb.
Elizabeth despised Ann s house proudness as deeply suburban.
townThe permanent residents of a university town.
He has moved to town.
underpopulatedHaving a lower population density than normal or desirable.
The richly endowed but underpopulated Ivory Coast.

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