• WordNet 3.6
    • n expat a person who is voluntarily absent from home or country "American expatriates"
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In literature:

I'm down here hoping to find Sarah, and I end up in a trash-filled park meeting some expat operator.
"Life Blood" by Thomas Hoover

In news:

The Expats by Chris Pavone .
I hate when life interferes with my reading, but I was finally able to read Chris Pavone 's The Expats (Crown, Mar.
Potty training Chinese style fascinates Western expat moms who see the diaper-free baby style as a form of environmentalism – but they watch for potted plants, just in case.
An expat is spreading the word about the spicy cuisine.
Mali's Guitar-Wielding Revolutionary Finds Peace as an Expat.
A new generation of artists and expats is giving this Moroccan port a new shine.
But a new generation of artists and expats is giving this fabulously shabby port a new shine.
Expats renewing or applying for UAE residency must now produce a valid tenancy contract.
The expats were all very friendly and quite a party atmosphere developed at Tongan Bob's, a local bar also run by an expat.
More expat assignments ¿ planned and accidental ¿ to fill out the portfolio.
L.A.'s Mediterranean climate draws more than just expats and would-be movie stars.
Blogging's Cure for the Expat Blues .
The bakery also has an answer for grumbling expat Philadelphians looking for a good sandwich.
Expat restaurants, family attractions and palm-lined promenades.
Blogging's Cure for the Expat Blues.