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Noun(1) a person who is voluntarily absent from home or country(2) a person who is expelled from home or country by authority(3) the act of expelling a person from their native land
Verb(1) expel from a country
(1) French painter, sculptor, and printmaker; born in Paris, died in self-imposed exile in the South Seas.(2) I'm waiting to see what happens before contemplating cultural and political exile .(3) The stories were smuggled out and later compiled by his friend, a political prisoner living in exile .(4) Success meant the Norwegians would have a legitimate government in exile and a reason to fight on.(5) He fled the civil war there with his family in 1988 and after six years in exile in Egypt they were granted political asylum in the UK.(6) Venice eventually surrendered and Manin died in exile in Paris.(7) he knew now that he would die in exile(8) He was a very successful and wealthy man, but he was also an ill man and he died in exile from Germany when I was five years old.(9) His regime collapsed immediately and he died in exile in England.(10) He defected to Russia in 1951 and spent the rest of his life in exile before dying in Moscow in 1963.(11) Matilda and her sons disappeared, and William died in exile in France in 1211.(12) The premise here is that Napoleon didn't die in exile on the island of St. Helena.(13) The tragedy of Amin is that he died in exile , not rotting in a jail or executed for his crimes.(14) It is trying to beat and buy its way out of that political exile by the abuse of state power, including selective food distribution.(15) He had called for the unification of Italy and was consequently forced to die in exile in Chiswick.(16) But the Iraqi leader has said he would rather die than go into exile .
3. expatriation ::
4. deportee ::
5. expatriate ::
6. expel ::
7. deport ::
Different Formsexile, exiled, exiles, exiling
English to Welsh Dictionary: exile
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