evacuee

[ih-vak-yoo-ee, ih-vak-yoo-ee]
noun
a person who is withdrawn or removed from a place of danger, a disaster area, etc.

Origin:
1935–40; < French évacué, past participle of évacuer to evacuate; see -ee

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evacuee (ɪˌvækjʊˈiː)
 
n
a person evacuated from a place of danger, esp in wartime

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evacuee
1934, from Fr. évacué; see evacuate + -ee.
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Example sentences
If the evacuee has no picture identification whatsoever, two witnesses may
  vouch for the evacuee.
Some stayed rather than abandon their pets, which are barred from evacuee
  shelters.
Typical layouts of relocation center evacuee residential blocks.
The lack of adequate identification delays service to any evacuee.
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