exile definition

  • noun:
    • Enforced reduction in one's indigenous nation.
    • Self-imposed lack from 1's country.
    • the illness or a time period of residing from your local country.
    • One who lives from an individual's native nation, whether due to expulsion or voluntary lack.
    • The state of being banished from 1's residence or nation.
    • Someone who is banished from's house or nation.
    • Forced separation from 1's indigenous nation; expulsion in one's house by the civil expert; banishment; occasionally, voluntary split from 1's indigenous country.
    • anyone expelled from their nation by authority; additionally, a person who separates himself from his house.
    • Expulsion in one's country or house by an authoritative decree, for an absolute period or in perpetuity; banishment; expatriation: as, the exile of Napoleon; exile to Siberia.
    • Residence in a foreign land or a remote place enforced by the federal government of which you have already been a subject or resident, or by stress of circumstances; separation from one's local or chosen home or country and pals; the health of staying in banishment.
    • Reduction.
    • A banished person; someone expelled from their country or house by authority, or separated from it by requisite: as, Siberian exiles; a band of exiles.
    • Synonyms Proscription, expulsion, ostracism.
    • the work of expelling someone from their particular native land
    • somebody who is expelled at home or nation by expert
    • somebody who is voluntarily absent from your home or country
    • Enforced removal from's local nation.
    • Self-imposed absence from 1's country.
    • the disorder or a time period of residing from an individual's local country.
    • one that lives far from a person's indigenous country, whether considering expulsion or voluntary lack.
    • their state to be banished from a single's house or country.
    • a person who is banished in one's house or country.
    • Forced split from 1's indigenous country; expulsion from 1's residence by the civil expert; banishment; sometimes, voluntary split from a single's local country.
    • The person expelled from their country by authority; in addition, one that distinguishes himself from their residence.
    • Expulsion from's nation or home by an authoritative decree, for an absolute period or in perpetuity; banishment; expatriation: because, the exile of Napoleon; exile to Siberia.
    • Residence in a foreign land or a remote destination enforced by the government that you have already been an interest or resident, or by tension of conditions; separation from one's local or opted for residence or nation and friends; the condition of residing in banishment.
    • Reduction.
    • A banished individual; someone expelled from their country or home by authority, or separated from this by requisite: as, Siberian exiles; a band of exiles.
    • Synonyms Proscription, expulsion, ostracism.
    • the act of expelling someone from their particular indigenous land
    • an individual who is expelled at home or nation by expert
    • an individual who is voluntarily absent from your home or country
    • Enforced reduction from a single's local country.
    • Self-imposed lack from's nation.
    • the situation or a time period of residing from your native country.
    • person who life from one's native nation, whether because of expulsion or voluntary absence.
    • their state of being banished from a single's residence or nation.
    • a person who is banished in one's house or nation.
    • Forced split in one's native nation; expulsion from 1's house because of the municipal authority; banishment; often, voluntary separation from one's local nation.
    • anyone expelled from their nation by expert; in addition, one that distinguishes himself from their house.
    • Expulsion from 1's nation or home by an authoritative decree, for a definite duration or in perpetuity; banishment; expatriation: because, the exile of Napoleon; exile to Siberia.
    • Residence in a foreign land or a remote place enforced by the government of which one has been a subject or citizen, or by stress of circumstances; separation from one's native or chosen home or country and friends; the condition of living in banishment.
    • reduction.
    • A banished person; people expelled from their country or residence by authority, or divided from this by need: as, Siberian exiles; a band of exiles.
    • Synonyms Proscription, expulsion, ostracism.
    • the act of expelling you from their local land
    • somebody who is expelled from your home or nation by authority
    • a person who is voluntarily missing from your home or nation
  • verb-transitive:
    • To deliver into exile; banish. See Synonyms at banish.
    • To banish or expel from a single's very own country or house; to push away.
    • To deliver into exile; banish. See Synonyms at banish.
    • To banish or expel in one's very own country or home; to-drive away.
    • To deliver into exile; banish. See Synonyms at banish.
    • To banish or expel from 1's very own nation or home; to operate a vehicle away.
  • verb:
    • To deliver into exile.
    • expel from a country
    • To deliver into exile.
    • expel from a country
    • To send into exile.
    • expel from a country
  • adjective:
    • Small; slender; slim; fine.
    • Small; slender; thin; fine.
    • Small; slim; slim; fine.
  • others:
    • To banish from a country or from a particular jurisdiction by expert, with a prohibition of return, for a small time or even for life; expatriate.
    • Hence To constrain to abandon country or home; drive to a foreign country, actually or figuratively; expel.
    • Slender; thin; fine; light.
    • To banish from a country or from a particular jurisdiction by authority, with a prohibition of return, for a small time or for life; expatriate.
    • thus To constrain to abandon country or home; drive to a foreign nation, literally or figuratively; expel.
    • Slender; slim; fine; light.
    • To banish from a country or from a certain jurisdiction by authority, with a prohibition of return, for a limited time or for life; expatriate.
    • ergo To constrain to abandon nation or house; drive to a foreign nation, virtually or figuratively; expel.
    • Slender; thin; good; light.

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