Antonyms for exile:
Synonyms for exile:
Sense 3 (noun)
send away, starve out, hound.
Sense 4 (noun)
deportation from a place (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.
person deported from a place (noun)
confinement, extirpation, standoffishness, alienation, anonymity, aloofness, segregation, Reclusion, isolation, captivity, xenophobia, detachment, solitude, misanthropy, separation, apartheid, seclusion, loneliness, aloneness.
deport from place (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.
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.
Usage examples for exile:
- Archias was their captain, and was thence called the exile- hunter. - "Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans", Clough, Arthur Hugh.
- But in her peaceful retreat, she reflected that she could not possibly have left England, as many women in her position would have done, simply because the idea of exile was intolerable to her; she reflected also that if she had settled in any place where there was any sort of society her story would one day have become known, and that if she had spent years in studying her situation she could not have done better than in going boldly to the vicar of Billingsfield and explaining her sad position to him. - "A Tale of a Lonely Parish", F. Marion Crawford.
- I have been an exile from my home long enough. - "The Great Impersonation", E. Phillips Oppenheim.