[ US /iˈvækjui, ɪˈvækjui/ ]
[ UK /ɪvˈækjuːˌiː/ ]
  1. a person who has been evacuated from a dangerous place
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How To Use evacuee In A Sentence

  • Other municipalities are throwing doors open as well, from Yokohama south of Tokyo to Matsudo city to the east, where hundreds of evacuees are being housed in everything from elderly care centers to local temples. Radiation Fears Prompt New Exodus
  • It may be disturbing to view, but this is a gallery of pictures of evacuees arriving in Melbourne and the Alfred Hospital.
  • All of the good hearts around this country that take in evacuees and who provide as much as they can to those who need it in the wake of a disaster.
  • Ingraham said the majority of the evacuees were from the northeast Bahamian island of Abaco.
  • On reaching Dubai the evacuees are taken straight to Dubai international airport.
  • The utility on Friday said it would begin initial compensation payments of up to ¥1 million, or about $12,000, to residents from an 18-mile zone around the plant—an offer some evacuees called an insufficient, short-term sop. Eerie Hush Descends on Japan's Nuclear Zone
  • Evacuees were not paying council tax and some bandings had been downgraded, reducing the amount of rates collected.
  • The civil disorder and violence is due to the disorganization and lack of information to the evacuees†¦ we distributed leaflets to the Iraqi people before bombing†¦ why are officials not dropping leaflets from the helicopters to peoples in the superdome on the bridges letting them know exactly what the plan is to evacuate and provide them the aid they need. Should New Orleans be rebuilt? « BuzzMachine
  • In Modesto, evacuees from a neighborhood bordering the Tuolomne River returned home and found that the landscape no longer made sense.
  • You can go on a virtual tour of a model house or read correspondence from wartime evacuees.
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