Definition of exile :
1. Forced separation from one's native country; expulsion from one's home by the civil authority; banishment; sometimes, voluntary separation from one's native country.
2. Small; slender; thin; fine.
3. The person expelled from his country by authority; also, one who separates himself from his home.
4. To banish or expel from one's own country or home; to drive away.
emigration, emigrant, discharge, behave, transport, acquit, expat, deportee, fugitive, fare, expulsion, accept, transfer, out-migration, transportation system, conduct, shipping, transferral, MiGr, refugee, bear, drive out, carry, transit, transportation, approach, deliver, comport, expellee, reward, dismiss, displacement, conveyance
exclude (part of speech: verb)
dislocate (part of speech: verb)
exclusion (part of speech: noun)
denial, repudiation, abscission, banishment, relegation, eradication, excommunication, disallowance, prohibition, ejection, proscription, boycott, excision, deportation, amputation, expatriation, exclusion, forbiddance, ostracism, rejection, extradition, disbarment, removal, ban, elimination, renouncement
seclude (part of speech: verb)
disbar, expel, confine, seclude, deport, exclude, blackball, extradite, closet, sequester, alienate, evict, blacklist, cloister, segregate, oust, eject, separate, expatriate, isolate, eliminate, ostracize, excommunicate, banish, detach, cordon, reject, remove, insulate, extirpate, screen
seclusion (part of speech: noun)
confinement, loneliness, aloneness, segregation, separation, misanthropy, captivity, isolation, standoffishness, aloofness, detachment, reclusion, solitude, apartheid, seclusion, xenophobia, anonymity, alienation, extirpation
- She has seen her mother's fate; she has seen her sister an exile from my house. - "Lucretia, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- His punishment was exile. - "Plutarch's Lives, Volume II", Aubrey Stewart & George Long.
- Thank Heaven, I have been so long enough; fourteen years of exile, poverty, and misery, I think I may well regard it as a debt discharged; besides, melancholy makes people look so plain. - "Louise de la Valliere", Alexandre Dumas, Pere.