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Spell check of exile

Correct spelling: exile

ostracize, excise, renouncement, expatriate, cloister, dismiss, excision, banish, behave, ejection, relegate, displacement, deny, hound, immigrate, residence, alienation, loneliness, denial, free spirit, deportation, transit, deportee, expatriation, emigrate, confinement, fare, emigrant, drifter, ostracism, excommunicate, evacuee, renounce, extradition, separation, isolation, insulate, exclusion, migrate, send away, elimination, proscription, blackball, emigration, comport, beatnik, transport, disallowance, detach, banishment, captivity, dislodge, MiGr, misanthropy, confine, relegation, asylum, disbar, transportation system, extirpate, segregation, migrant, transfer, dislocate, screen, retire, solitude, unseat, relocate, carry, conveyance, bar, forbiddance, exclude, acquit, bear, aloneness, approach, oust, decamp, sequester, disqualify, reclusion, conduct, starve out, excommunication, extradite, removal, boycott, xenophobia, expellee, eradicate, segregate, seclusion, transportation, remove, proscribe, eliminate, disbarment, eradication, abscission, immigration, disjoin, isolate, disallow, disconnect, transferral, shipping, prohibition, disengage, immigrant, closet, ban, expulsion, expel, emigre, forbid, apartheid, alienate, evict, repudiate, eject, deport, out-migration, brain drain, move out, amputation, hunter-gatherer, refugee, hippie, extirpation, rejection, dropout, amputate, blacklist, reject, reward, accept, cordon, resettle, ignore, anonymity, separate, displace, hippy, standoffishness, seclude, deliver, repudiation, aloofness, bohemian, expat, move, drive out, prohibit, demi-monde, discharge, detachment, fugitive.

immigration, return, repatriate, repatriation.

Examples of usage:

1) We cannot flee from our exile; and " we have got to live while we wait for the unexpected," as Aglovale says. - "Life and Writings of Maurice Maeterlinck", Jethro Bithell.

2) He was probably an exile, too. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) He seems in exile again. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.