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  • There he accompanied his father through all his exiles and grew very close to him.
  • During his time of exile, he was primarily concerned with religious rather than political matters.
  • He is also interested in aircraft, having worked as a test pilot during his exile.
  • He may also have fought in Ireland during this period of exile.
  • When exiles dream of other places, those places are filled with company and art.
  • It turns out that he made these plans while in exile.
  • Her mother and husband remained in Britain with the Dutch government in exile.
  • This helped to end his exile, with the support of the United States.
  • He wrote an important history of Mexico during his exile in Italy.
  • He declared he would leave Rome and live in self-imposed exile until his death.
  • After the war, he spent several more years in self-imposed exile in Europe.
  • He spent the last two years of his life in exile in Europe, living alone on very little money.
  • The exiles returned, and both sides began a series of violent acts against each other.
  • He spent much of his life exiled from Italy and in total spent more than ten years in prison.
  • Other resistance quickly collapsed and thousands of southern leaders and military went into exile.
  • At the time Sun had no direct involvement as he was still in exile.
  • Thus far I did not even know whether my husband thought of me sometimes in his self-imposed exile. Cited from The Law and the Lady, by Wilkie Collins
  • They then transferred to Egypt, where a government in exile was established.
  • His father was exiled for political reasons, his mother died, and his grandmother raised him.
  • More than ever before, literature split into the legal, illegal, and exile branches.
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Words starting with exile

Meaning of exile

  • noun A person who is voluntarily absent from home or country
    American expatriates
  • noun A person who is expelled from home or country by authority
  • noun The act of expelling a person from their native land
    men in exile dream of hope, his deportation to a penal colony, the expatriation of wealthy farmers, the sentence was one of transportation for life