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migrant

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of migrant

  1. having a way of life that involves moving from one region to another typically on a seasonal basis migrant laborers living in substandard housing Synonyms migratory, mobileRelated Words errant, fugitive, itinerant, nomadic, peregrine, peripatetic, ranging, roaming, roving, tramp, traveling (or travelling), vagabond, vagrant, wandering, wayfaring; ambulant, ambulatory, drifting, fiddle-footed, footloose, gadabout, gallivanting (also galavanting), meandering, rambling, sauntering, strolling, traipsing, walkingNear Antonyms immobile, stationary; established, fast, fixed, rooted, sedentary, set, settledAntonyms nonmigrant, nonmigrating, nonmigratory, resident


migrant

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of migrant

  1. one that leaves one place to settle in another the city will have to expand and upgrade its social services in order to handle the latest influx of migrants Synonyms émigré (also emigré), immigrant, incomer [chiefly British], in-migrant, emigrant, out-migrant, settlerRelated Words defector, deportee, evacuee, exile, expatriate, refugee, relocatee, repatriate; alien, foreigner, illegal, noncitizen, nonnative; colonist, newcomer, squatter; migrator, pilgrim, pioneer, trekkerNear Antonyms aborigine, native; citizen, habitant, inhabitant, national, residentAntonyms nonimmigrant


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