Refugee

Ref`u*gee"

(r?f`?*j?"), n. [F. rfugi, fr. se rfugier to take refuge. See Refuge, n.] 1. One who flees to a shelter, or place of safety.
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2. Especially, one who, in times of persecution or political commotion, flees to a foreign power or country for safety; as, the French refugees who left France after the revocation of the edict of Nantes.
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Re*ful"gence

(r?*f?l"jens),

Re*ful"gen*cy

(-jen*s?), } n. [L. refulgentia. See Refulgent.] The quality of being refulgent; brilliancy; splender; radiance.
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