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evacuee

noun evac·u·ee \i-ˌva-kyə-ˈwē, -kyü-ˈē-\

: a person who has been removed from a dangerous place : a person who has been evacuated

Full Definition of EVACUEE

:  an evacuated person

Examples of EVACUEE

  1. One hundred evacuees spent the night at a school during the storm.
  2. <evacuees by the thousands poured into the camps for displaced persons>

First Known Use of EVACUEE

1918

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