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Exile

Antonyms for exile:

repatriate.

Synonyms for exile:

Sense 3 (noun)

send away, starve out, hound.

Sense 4 (noun)

bohemian, hunter-gatherer, beatnik, free spirit, hippie, demi-monde, dropout, drifter, expellee.

banishment (noun)

expulsion, displacement.

deportation from a place (noun)

banishment, displacement, diaspora, exclusion, relegation, expulsion, ostracism, expatriation, proscription, extradition, separation.

deportee (noun)

EXPAT.

emigrant (noun)

evacuee.

exclusion (noun)

excision, banishment, abscission, eradication, relegation, exclusion, forbiddance, excommunication, ostracism, renouncement, repudiation, disbarment, amputation, proscription, removal, Disallowance, ban, ejection, deportation, rejection, elimination, extradition, denial, expatriation, prohibition, boycott, limbo.

exile (noun)

deport, expatriation, transportation, deportee, expatriate, deportation.

expulsion (noun)

ejection.

person (noun)

EXPAT, expatriate.

person deported from a place (noun)

deportee, refugee, expellee, expatriate, fugitive, displaced person.

seclusion (noun)

confinement, extirpation, standoffishness, alienation, anonymity, aloofness, segregation, Reclusion, isolation, captivity, xenophobia, detachment, solitude, misanthropy, separation, apartheid, seclusion, loneliness, aloneness.

deport from place (verb)

evacuate, ostracize, transport, expel, extradite, banish, cast out, displace, eject, proscribe, drive out, relegate, turn out, oust.

dislocate (verb)

disjoin, dislodge, disconnect, dislocate, displace, disengage, unseat.

exclude (verb)

eradicate, ignore, renounce, excise, forbid, amputate, bar, deny, disqualify, proscribe, disallow, relegate, repudiate, prohibit.

kill (verb)

depopulate.

seclude (verb)

blacklist, expatriate, alienate, confine, ostracize, evict, eliminate, segregate, reject, oust, cordon, insulate, eject, extradite, cloister, extirpate, closet, banish, expel, exclude, disbar, screen, seclude, sequester, remove, detach, deport, isolate, separate, blackball, excommunicate.

social (verb)

expatriate, deport.

Sense 1

kick out, immigrant, asylum, demi-monde, free spirit, ship off, depopulation, hippie, evacuation, persecute, beatnik, repatriate, swinger, displaced person, pioneer, boat people, settler, illegal immigrant, nomad, economic migrant, second-generation, expellee, ghettoize, skinhead, yuppie, illegal, boot out, starve out, squatter, send away, safe haven, emigrant, hunter-gatherer, first generation, cast out, diaspora, chuck out, asylum seeker, drum out, shoo, emigre, naturalize, migrant, resident alien, colonist, persecution, pitch out, displacement.

Sense 2

see off, adopted, throw out, residency, uproot, dropout, hound, run out, drifter, evacuate, kick off, bohemian.

Sense 3

residence, settlement, flush, smoke out, burn out.

Sense 4

run off.

Sense 6

turn out, discharge.

Sense 7

get out.

Sense 15

drive.

adventurer

wanderer.

discipline

punish.

ejection

expulsion.

outlaw

fugitive.

prohibit

bar.

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