Examples of evacuee in a Sentence
One hundred evacuees spent the night at a school during the storm.
evacuees by the thousands poured into the camps for displaced persons
Recent Examples of evacuee from the Web
At the observatory, most of the employee-evacuees hunkered down in the visiting scientists’ quarters, meant for out-of-town astronomers, and the cafeteria.
Even though many of the services offered to evacuees are no longer there, the Humboldt Park Field House still operates as an important public space in Maria's aftermath.
And federal aid for the evacuees either is running out or was never offered.
The majority of the evacuees were second- and third-generation American citizens.
Shelters for evacuees have been opened at the YMCA in Marion, the Glenwood Baptist Church and Old Fort Baptist Church, according to Weather.com.
That was already 57 percent of all Hispanics in the district, and that number is only growing after an influx of evacuees arrived after Hurricane Maria devastated the island in September.
Hundreds of evacuees have been forced from their homes for nearly three weeks.
This school year, our district welcomed evacuees displaced by Hurricane Harvey.
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EVACUEE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of evacuee for English Language Learners
: a person who has been removed from a dangerous place : a person who has been evacuated
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