exiles

All Noun Verb
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  • There he accompanied his father through all his exiles and grew very close to him.
  • When exiles dream of other places, those places are filled with company and art.
  • The exiles returned, and both sides began a series of violent acts against each other.
  • There were also teams from Germany and Italy made up of political exiles from those countries.
  • The exiles moved to the territory of the King's father-in-law.
  • The following year, they published Escape to Life, a book about famous German exiles.
  • In Paris he maintained himself by teaching and became a leader among the Italian exiles.
  • This team had various members and its roster changed more than the Exiles.
  • More than two million exiles have escaped to foreign countries.
  • In the mid-19th century, one fifth of the city's residents were exiles.
  • He also declared a general pardon, except for long-term exiles.
  • Eventually, he finds friendship and love among people who are like him, exiles and outlaws.
  • He and the other Exiles save their brainwashed friends after fighting them.
  • Its effect on Tibetan culture has been criticized by exiles and human rights groups.
  • Many of the professional players became exiles in the United States or other Latin American countries.
  • The two Jewish exiles joined together and became one.
  • Their recordings remained widely available, and these exiles helped bring international attention to Mande music.
  • Although he made a promising start for the exiles his lack of fitness began to show.
  • They hoped (but failed) to found a model community of French exiles.
  • It has expanded greatly beyond those exiles who started the first mosques in South Africa.
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Root form of exiles is exile for both verb and noun.

Meaning of exiles

  • 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