Antonyms of MIGRATE

Examples of usage:

  1. In another four months, when all aristocratic Tetuan would migrate in a body into their " summer- houses," and by their mutual presence reassure each other as to their safety, the Consul would move out of the city: at present he would look on such a step as sheer madness. "In the Tail of the Peacock" by Isabel Savory
  2. It is there but a narrow river, and the Cincinnati folk were wont to migrate into Kentucky when there were lectures on spiritualism, revivalist meetings, or political haranguings going on. "Lafcadio Hearn" by Nina H. Kennard
  3. Migrate: To remove from one place to another; to change residence. "The American Woman's Home" by Catherine E. Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe
  4. So they passed from my view, the educated brute and the despairing, battered, faithful drudge of a woman, to migrate from lodging- house to lodging- house, to suffer and to die! "London's Underworld" by Thomas Holmes
  5. Plants migrate in the germ; and, in the case of many species, the seeds are furnished with organs adapting them to be conveyed to a distace through the air. "COSMOS: A Sketch of the Physical Description of the Universe, Vol. 1" by Alexander von Humboldt
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