English words and Examples of Usage

use "exile" in a sentence

Upon his release, Makamba fled into exile where he is still holed.

The visit is just his second after four years in self-imposed exile.

Exile on North Street is just one of four beers from the craft brewery.

He spent a decade in prison and now lives in exile in Switzerland.

While in exile in the US, Thomas Mann said "Where I am, there is Germany."

Mr Compaore, 64, is now living in exile in neighbouring Ivory Coast.

The mark of shame was wiped off the old philosopher’s brow, his exile ended.

Talks with President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi collapsed and he fled into exile.

Fearing he would be stripped of his Russian passport, he went into exile abroad.

His later credits included St. John in Exile, Beethoven and Other People's Money.

During his time in office, thousands of Cubans sought exile in the United States.

Hadi's government in exile in Saudi Arabia says at least 1,000 civilians have died.

Llorente was forced into exile after Castro's revolution and died in Miami in 2010.

During his self-imposed exile, he starts a torrid affair with his local male guide.

My grandfather died in exile leaving my grandmother alone with seven children.

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