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Synonyms for exile

Synonyms for exile

enforced removal from one's native country by official decree

one forced to emigrate, usually for political reasons

to force to leave a country or place by official decree

Synonyms for exile

a person who is voluntarily absent from home or country

a person who is expelled from home or country by authority

the act of expelling a person from their native land

expel from a country

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According to the Mirror, slamming the ECB bosses as 'amateur comedians' and 'buffoons', Botham said that ECB cannot leave everyone to speculate why England have ditched one of their finest players, adding that ECB also owes Pietersen an explanation to outline why he has been sent into exile.
But in parallel process for my family, long-time residents of occupied East Jerusalem, we have been sent into exile by the same Israeli authorities that claim they want to establish peace.
Sent into exile, he lived in Switzerland and worked as a commercial pilot and briefly as a chicken farmer.
The large chunk of its southern and eastern Bhutanese population, who were sent into exile during the pro-democratic movement in the early 1990s are still banned from entering the country.
Some 13 years after he was deposed in a coup and sent into exile, the 63-year-old will be formally chosen by a vote in the National Assembly before taking the oath from President Asif Ali Zardari later in the day.
The Vatican confirmed last week that O'Brien, 75, had been sent into exile by Pope Francis.
Sharif was set for a third term as Pakistan's Prime Minister as his PML-N party took a massive lead over its rivals in early poll results, making a remarkable comeback after having been toppled in a military coup in 1999 and sent into exile.
They said Issawi has previously rejected an offer to be sent into exile in return for his freedom.
Though not indicated in the libretto, Octavia's nurse was murdered as the disgraced and repudiated Empress was sent into exile, and so was Nercis court poet and companion, Lucano.
Although Rifaat al-Assad tried to oust Hafez in a coup while he was recovering from a heart attack and was effectively sent into exile in 1984, he was only formally stripped of his position as Syrian vice-president in 1998.
El-Shazly was appointed Egyptian Ambassador in London in May 1974, before being sent into exile in Algeria.
Schools were dismantled; clergy were sent into exile.
Israel began releasing 477 Palestinian prisoners and a further 550 jailed Palestinians are to be handed over later this year, while some 40 are being sent into exile in Turkey, Qatar or Syria.
The community claims descent from one of the 10 lost tribes of Israel, who were sent into exile by the Assyrian Empire more than 27 centuries ago.
A family sent into exile, earmarked for assassination and terrorised by Libyan tyrant Colonel Gaddafi, are gearing up to return to Tripoli 32 years after being banished to Dubai.