emigrate

Part of speech: verb

To go from one country to settle in another.

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Usage examples "emigrate":

  1. She knew it was no feeling of restlessness, no longing to be away from the scene of his sorrow that had decided the minister to emigrate, and that he had decided she very well knew. - "Janet's Love and Service", Margaret M Robertson.
  2. I'll emigrate to the western woods. - "Shirley", Charlotte Brontë.
  3. There is one more scheme to notice, which, though rather less against nature is not less hateful and insolent; namely, to encourage you to emigrate to foreign countries. - "Political Pamphlets", George Saintsbury.