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EX'ILE, n. eg'zile. L. exilium, exul; The word is probably compounded of ex and a root in Sl, signifying to depart, or cut off, to separate, or the thrust away, perhaps L. salio.
1. Banishment; the state of being expelled from one's native country or place of residence by authority, and forbid to return, either for a limited time or for perpetuity.
2. An abandonment of one's country, or removal to a foreign country for residence, through fear, disgust or resentment, or for any cause distinct from business, is called a voluntary exile, as is also a separation from one's country and friends by distress or necessity.
3. The person banished, or expelled from his country by authority; also, one who abandons his country and resides in another; or one who is separated from his country and friends by necessity.
EX'ILE, v.t. To banish, as a person from his country or from a particular jurisdiction by authority, with a prohibition of return; to drive away, expel or transport from one's country.
1. To drive from one's country by misfortune, necessity or distress.
To exile one's self, is to quit one's country with a view not to return
EX'ILE, a. eg'zil, L. exilis. Slender; thin; fine.
EX'ILED, pp. Banished; expelled from one's country by authority.
EX'ILEMENT, n. Banishment.
EX'ILING, ppr. Banishing; expelling from one's country by law, edict or sentence; voluntarily departing from one's country, and residing in another.
EXIL'ITY, n. L. exilitas. Slenderness; fineness; thinness.
"Seek ye out of the book of the Lord, and read" —Isaiah 34:16, KJV
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