exile

All Noun Verb
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  • There were also teams from Germany and Italy made up of political exiles from those countries.
  • The returning exile died in uncertain circumstances shortly after his arrival in England.
  • Her devotion to her mother almost leads to her being left behind in England after the exile.
  • The exiles moved to the territory of the King's father-in-law.
  • He had visited the city the previous summer and was interested in moving there to become a writer in exile.
  • Seeing he had lost his grip on events, he went into self-imposed exile.
  • Following his loss of power, he was again exiled, this time to Moscow.
  • Prior to exile, the people of Israel had been organized according to tribe.
  • He went into exile in Switzerland and died before the first payment could be made.
  • The events of World War II pushed many of them into exile.
  • His inability to pay led to his being exiled to the island for a short time.
  • According to other commentators the long exile has already made up for it and it will no longer occur.
  • To the place of exile he ran on a boat and later emigrated out of the country.
  • Her sentence was not long, but she was exiled out of town.
  • In another sense, the entire town feels in exile, since it is completely cut off from the outside world.
  • Charles X and his family, including his grandson, went into exile in Britain.
  • The following year, they published Escape to Life, a book about famous German exiles.
  • He has since been released into exile in the West under intense pressure from Western governments.
  • In Paris he maintained himself by teaching and became a leader among the Italian exiles.
  • She and her German court wanted to leave their exile at Gripsholm castle.
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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