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Definition of "exiled" []

  • (of a person) living in a foreign country because they cannot live in their own country, usually for political reasons (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of exile. (verb)

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Use "exiled" in a sentence
  • "Apparently, she was exiled from the department she used to lead."
  • "Gunnar has heard rumors of a child exiled from the spirit world from unspeakable crimes, but he knows them to be lies."
  • "Which is why Obama's paean to Lawrence Summers on Stewart show rang so clangorously, as he praised the oafish Harvard professor for having performed a heckuva job, a phrase that one might have thought would have been permanently exiled from the presidential lexicon."
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