Examples of émigré in a Sentence
He was one of a group of Soviet émigrés living in New York.
the revolution resulted in a flood of émigrés into neighboring countries
Recent Examples of émigré from the Web
In 1978, the KGB went to similarly elaborate lengths to assassinate a Bulgarian emigre playwright, Georgi Markov, an outspoken Soviet critic living in London.
For more than a decade, London has seen the ceaseless arrival of wealthy Russian emigres, including oligarchs fleeing the Kremlin and those still in Putin's good graces.
Indeed, as Britain and its grandiose capital have become a home for many Russian emigres, an alarming number of Kremlin critics residing in the country have died in mysterious circumstances.
His Caffe Roma buddy and fellow emigre Arnold Schwarzenegger inspired him.
The latest is Trigere, founded in New York in 1942 by the French emigre Pauline Trigere, a formidable woman known for chic suits, capes, and her signature sleeveless coat.
Shops that cater to the city's large community of Russian emigres line the streets near the consulate.
Her father, 93-year-old Cuban emigre Carlos Canal, wasn’t feeling well, the nurse told Schwartz.
She and Yuri slept in the same bed at the home of a Russian emigre who sometimes served as a surrogate mother and sometimes threatened to evict them.
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Origin and Etymology of émigré
First Known Use: 1792See Words from the same year
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