• WordNet 3.6
    • n deportee a person who is expelled from home or country by authority
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In literature:

A missile hurtled past my nose, and I saw a rotten cabbage envelop the baldish head of the ex-deportee.
"Mr. Standfast" by John Buchan
At Kersbeek-Miscom out of 94 deportees only two had been thrown out of work.
"Through the Iron Bars" by Emile Cammaerts
The deportee let his glance jerk to it, then froze.
"Police Your Planet" by Lester del Rey

In news:

Despite the expense and the danger, deportees slip back in again and again .
THE DEPORTEES and other stories by Roddy Doyle Viking 242 pps.
In the freezing darkness, the deportees began a journey into exile.
The US policy of criminalizing undocumented immigrants has led innocent deportees to be jailed and maligned in their home countries.
Midway through her set at Club Passim last Friday, right before covering Woody Guthrie's "Deportee," Antje Duvekot remarked on something she'd read about the Great Depression.
Ends Free Ride Home for Deportees.
Stung by lawsuits over two sedation cases, the agency changed its policy in June to require a court order before drugging any deportee for behavioral rather than psychiatric reasons.
An exhibit of letters written by Siberian deportees to their loved ones.
Russia's sweetheart and America's favorite deportee is taking over the reins as editor for a small venture capital newspaper.
Feds want private detention center for deportees.