noun, plural é·mi·grés [em-i-greyz; French ey-mee-grey] /ˈɛm ɪˌgreɪz; French eɪ miˈgreɪ/.
Origin of émigré
Examples from the Web for emigres
Ah, you conversed about this favorite theme of the emigres, about the restoration question!Louisa Of Prussia and Her Times|Louise Muhlbach
The priests had followed the "emigres" into their long exile.The Story of Mankind|Hendrik van Loon
He was too well informed not to be able to distinguish between the hopes of the emigres and the possible.The Honor of the Name|Emile Gaboriau
The marquis and his family had been among the first emigres at the outbreak of the Revolution.Lucretia, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Fouche relied on the co-operation of the emigres everywhere beyond the Rhine to lure the Duc d'Enghien into the plot.An Historical Mystery|Honore de Balzac