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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

References in periodicals archive ?
It is worth mentioning here that Wajahat Khan had written in his article in The Times that the ex-premier Nawaz Sharif might actually go into exile and avoid all his corruption cases against him.
Exiles in a Global City: The Irish and Early Modern Rome, 1609-1783
Christian Williams' historical ethnography of SWAPO's exile camps in Tanzania, Zambia and Angola takes up the paradoxical trajectories of the camps, which were set up by Southern African liberation movements from the 1960s onwards.
Mohammad-Ali Shamshirzan and Hamid Arayesh were sentenced to a lifetime in internal exile.
The concept of exile remains overwhelmingly influenced by the writings of Edward Said, particularly in his development of the 'contrapuntal' as a key method in understanding how exile life is lived between the 'homeland' and the space of 'exile'.
Exile in Colonial Asia: Kings, Convicts, Commemoration.
Their story, as outlined by Peddie, is one that touches on many themes familiar to experts who look at exile and diasporic communities: identity, belonging, and the seeming clash between the national and the transnational.
Murtaza Bhutto forced to go into exile along with younger brother Shahnawaz Bhutto after toppling of his father's government by General Zia ul Haq and imposition of martial law in Pakistan.
Poyo has excavated and analyzed histories of Cuban exile communities in the United States in the nineteenth century.
Perhaps not all contemporary explorations of authors and exile in the twentieth century begin with Edward Said, but a quick perusal of the "genre" will prove that many do, including Michael Patrick Gillespie's excellent work on James Joyce.
Performing Exile, Performing Self: Drama, Theatre, Film.
He describes the difficulty of exile and asserts that "the Cold War provided the historical backdrop for understanding how the twenty-one people at the core of this research transformed from active members of Chilean society to exiles in a country that was physically distant, largely unknown, and only grudgingly welcome.
German Exile Cinema, 1933-1951 features excellent dose readings of six films directed by German-Jewish filmmakers in the 1930s and 1940s, contextualizing their work at the intersection between Hollywood studio production and their experience in the film industries of Berlin and Vienna.
Exile in this article has been defined as a "condition" or "process" (1) that is both historically and contextually specific, associated with forced separation, physical "banishment," and geographical dislocation compelled by a political regime.
They're shifting to another favorite image from Scripture--that of the Babylonian exile, preparing, as the ancient Judeans did, to preserve their faith in a hostile world.