émigrénoun [ C ]uk /ˈem.ɪ.ɡreɪ/ us /ˈem.ɪ.ɡreɪ/
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- A French émigré of the old school, with the dainty, gallant ways of the ancien régime, he still clung to the dress of his earlier days, and wore a veritable queue, silk stockings and buckled shoes.
- But it is not given to all émigré's to become great capitalists or great leaders.
- He is an émigré.
- This gentleman, a French émigré, who found a refuge in Canada, had thrown himself with great devotion into the rough life of a missionary among the scattered peoples, Canadians and Indians alike, of his remote parish.