exile

[ eg-zahyl, ek-sahyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF exile

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXILE

The best of his works is the Olympian Zeus, made at Elis after his exile.

A vote was taken on the question of exile, and the black pebbles predominated.

For each of the fallen wishes to feel that his exile is self-terminable.

She remembered the bitterness of her month's exile, and its probable cause.

Miss Baker talked persistently about Bermuda; as if my exile had ever been a possibility!

Madame, an exile is always triste: I think of my pauvre pays.

"Very possibly, as the traitors are condemned to exile," replied Tilly.

The universe is a God in exile who has nostalgia for himself.

To children whose home is a happy one, the exile to a school must be bitter.

Ulysses was for the time in exile, but the "day of return" was not far off.

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