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
Evacuees sit in bleachers at the Bowers Civic Center in Port Arthur, Texas on Aug. 30, 2017 after floodwaters caused by Tropical Storm Harvey inundated the facility overnight.
Evacuees are also being taken in by inland cities like Dallas, which opened a shelter for 5,000 people on Tuesday.
Texas Diaper Bank This nonprofit is still in need of diapers, pull-ups, and adult incontinence underwear for evacuees across Texas.
Kentucky Emergency Management spokeswoman Monica French said there are currently no plans to take in evacuees from Texas, but that could change depending on the Lone Star state's needs.
No evacuees are expected at this point to be sent to Charlotte, Powley said.
Airbnb is helping Harvey victims who've been forced to leave their homes find temporary shelter by pairing evacuees with residents willing to host them for free.
There was brief mention of the suffering of evacuees and talk of rebuilding Marawi, but the president focused more on military solutions, like building up defense capabilities.
Meanwhile, evacuees languish in their tens of thousands in dirty camps.
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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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