What is another word for evacuated?

Pronunciation: [ɪvˈakjuːˌe͡ɪtɪd] (IPA)

Evacuated is a word that is commonly used to describe moving people from a dangerous or harmful situation. However, there are several other synonyms that can be used in such situations, providing a wider range of descriptive language. Some of these synonyms include relocated, cleared out, removed, dislodged, displaced, deserted, withdrawn, abandoned, empty, and vacated. Each of these words conveys a slightly different tone and meaning, allowing you to choose the one that best suits the situation. For instance, if there is a natural disaster that requires people to leave their homes, the word relocated may be more appropriate, whereas if the situation is a fire, the word cleared out or evacuated may be more useful.

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Usage examples for Evacuated

They had not seen the Germans, but the town had been officially evacuated.
"My Home In The Field of Honor"
Frances Wilson Huard
Our case was simple-either the Germans would be stopped before they reached us, or the French army would put in an appearance, in which latter case it would be time enough to leave, unless we were officially evacuated before!
"My Home In The Field of Honor"
Frances Wilson Huard
It was empty-evacuated-and the greater part of its inhabitants were here on the roadside, preparing to continue their route.
"My Home In The Field of Honor"
Frances Wilson Huard

Famous quotes with Evacuated

  • During the Second World War, evacuated to non-Jewish households, I encountered Christianity at home and in school.
    Lionel Blue
  • I was born in London, England, in 1938, a few months before the war, and spent the first years of my life there, although I was evacuated a couple of times for short periods. My schooling was very interrupted, both by frequent moves and by ill health.
    Anne Perry
  • They evacuated everybody from the (Florida) Keys and everybody leaves except for one guy who’s gonna stay there and tie himself to a tree on the beach, to prove a point; and the point was, he said, that at 53 years of age, he was in good enough physical condition to withstand the wind and the rain of a force 3 hurricane. OK, let me explain something to ya: it isn’t the wind is blowin’. It’s the wind is blowin’. If you get hit with a , it doesn’t really matter how many sit-ups you did that morning. If you have a "Yield" sign in your spleen, joggin' don't really come into play. "I can run 25 miles without stopping." "You're bleedin'." "Shit!"
    Ron White
  • The first act in the tragedy took place in September 1941, a few weeks after the Germans captured Kiev. One day they ordered all Jews to report at the Lukyanovka district and bring their valuables with them. Thousands of men, women, and children marched out to Lukyanovka, thinking they probably would be evacuated. Instead, Nazi SS troops led them to Babii Yar.
    Bill Downs
  • People who evacuated their homes to get away from the bombings are beginning to come back. However, many have a strange conception of the meaning of unconditional surrender. Often they find their homes have been occupied by the slave workers who have been forced to withstand the bombing. They come to the military government and ask for authority to evict these people. But they get unsympathetic answers...the forced laborers stay put until they can be sent back to their homes...and the Germans look for billets.
    Bill Downs

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