Expatriated in a sentence

Definition of Expatriated

simple past tense and past participle of expatriate

How to use Expatriated in a Sentence?

  • Here had we two expatriated Frenchmen engaged in an ill-regulated combat like the battles of beasts.
  • The expatriated French soldiers occasionally revisited the country of their birth, not as friends, but as enemies.
  • Or is he simply a second-rate, expatriated Englishman, a colonist who is to say ditto forever and a day?
  • Hark back to these models when you are listening to the vapourings of a riding-master lately expatriated from the stables of Sir Henry.

Short Example Sentence for Expatriated

  • The latter expatriated vagabonds were sent chiefly to Virginia.
  • He is intensely English nevertheless, as expatriated Englishmen generally are.

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