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.
The person expelled from his country by authority; also, one who separates himself from his home.
To banish or expel from one's own country or home; to drive away.
voluntarily absent from home or country
One who serves his country by residing abroad, yet is not an ambassador. An English sea-captain being asked if he had read "The Exile of Erin," replied: "No, sir, but I should like to anchor on it." Years afterwards, when he had been hanged as a pirate after a career of unparalleled atrocities, the following memorandum was found in the ship's log that he had kept at the time of his reply: Aug. 3d, 1842. Made a joke on the ex-Isle of Erin. Coldly received. War with the whole world!
Exile is a computer game for the Acorn Electron, BBC Micro, and related 8 bit Acorn computers. It was released in 1988 by Superior Software. It was considered at the time to be cutting edge and pushed the boundaries of what was possible on 8 bit platforms.
Exile is Ugandan artist Geoffrey Oryema's debut album. It was produced by Real World Studios and released in 1990.
Exile is a 1997 album by Gary Numan. Its release continued a surprise critical upswing in Numan's career which began three years earlier with the release of Sacrifice.
See Babylonian Exile.
The forcible deportation of the Israelites of Judah from 586-539 BCE. As the Hebrew Bible took shape during this period, the theme of exile and return becomes prominent throughout the Torah.
being forcibly evicted from your homeland. The ancient Israelites (technically, the Judeans, since it was the southern kingdom) were sent into Exile in Babylon when King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylonia conquered the Kingdom of Judah, destroyed Solomon's Temple and took possession of the city of Jerusalem in 587 BCE.
The forced removal of the Judean elite to Babylon in the wake of the Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem in 587 BCE, and the period of approximately 50 years during which these people lived in servitude in the Tigris-Euphrates Valley.
"Exile" is the title of an episode from the third season of the television series Star Trek: Enterprise. Its episode number is 058, and it first aired on 15 October, 2003 (Paramount Pictures, n.d.).
Exile is a Big Finish Productions audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. The Doctor Who Unbound dramas pose a series of "What if...?" questions.
"Exile" is the first episode of the third season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar and was directed by Greg Beeman. It originally aired on October 1, 2003.
Exile is a political thriller by Richard North Patterson, published in 2007, which engages the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through a fictional trial for an accused Palestinian political assassin being defended by her former lover, a Jewish-American lawyer.
Exile is the recording alias of Tim Shaw, a producer and performer of electronic music roughly halfway between drum and bass and IDM.
EXILE is a 6-member Japanese pop music band.
"Exile" is an American country music band with a string of number one singles to their credit. The country music version of the band included J.P. Pennington (guitar, lead vocals), Les Taylor (guitar, vocals), Sonny LeMaire (bass, vocals), Marlon Hargis (keyboards) and Steve Goetzman (drums).