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someone who has fled their homeland because of fear of persecution or violence
  • The day belongs to the refugees and raid gangs.
    p. 3.4
  • I casually try to turn the conversation toward what might be gnawing on the refugees on the road.
    p. 107.8
  • The camp is more of a shantytown, the kind we used to see on the news where refugees flocked by the thousands after a disaster.
    p. 164.9
  • It's as though I'm walking out of a refugee camp into an exclusive supper club, complete with tuxedos, women in formal wear, expensive cigars, and jewelry.
    p. 178.5

There are no more uses of "refugee" in Angelfall.

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