Definition of Repatriates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of repatriate) ¹



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Definition of Repatriates

1. repatriate [v] - See also: repatriate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Repatriates

repast
repaste
repasted
repaster
repasters
repastes
repasting
repasts
repat
repatch
repatched
repatches
repatching
repatriate
repatriated
repatriates (current term)
repatriating
repatriation
repatriations
repats
repattern
repatterned
repatterning
repatterns
repave
repaved
repaver
repavers
repaves
repaving

Literary usage of Repatriates

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1. Out of the Ruins by George Burdett Ford (1919)
"At the same time a great many of the repatriates released from Germany, ... There are to-day' nearly a million and a third refugees and repatriates outside ..."

2. The Story of the American Red Cross in Italy by Charles Montague Bakewell (1920)
"... Canteens — Feeding the Returned Prisoners at Trieste — Relief in the Invaded Territory — Aiding repatriates in the Trentino IN the summer and early fall ..."

3. The Story of the American Red Cross in Italy by Charles Montague Bakewell (1920)
"... Canteens — Feeding the Returned Prisoners at Trieste — Relief in the Invaded Territory — Aiding repatriates in the Trentino IN the summer and early fall ..."

4. The White Flame of France by Maude Lavinia Radford Warren (1918)
"CHAPTER XII THE repatriates THE square before the Maine of a French frontier town; snow falling thickly, softly; flags and bright lights, and beyond them a ..."

5. East-West Migration: The Alternatives by Richard Layard (1992)
"In terms of reemployment the repatriates seem to have fared relatively well. Their unemployment rate peaked at 20 percent in December 1962 but fell to 6 ..."

6. Intervention Or Neglect: The United States and Central America Beyond the 1980s by Linda Robinson (1991)
"In addition, the CIAV will ensure that necessary conditions for the full incorporation into public life are maintained for the repatriates and will ..."

7. Negotiating While Fighting: The Diary of Admiral C. Turner Joy at the Korean by Charles Turner Joy, Allan E. Goodman (1978)
"Balanced against this, is the possible increased chance of Commie acceptance resulting from (1) a substantial increase in the no. [number] of repatriates ..."

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