Definition of Exilers

1. exiler [n] - See also: exiler



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exilers

exigible
exiguities
exiguity
exiguous
exiguously
exiguousness
exiguousnesses
exilable
exilarch
exilarchs
exile
exiled
exilement
exilements
exiler
exilers (current term)
exiles
exilian
exilic
exiling
exilities
exilition
exility
eximious
eximiously
exinanitions
exine
exines
exing
exinitic

Literary usage of Exilers

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1. The Evolution of States: An Introduction to English Politics by John Mackinnon Robertson (1912)
"Exiled by a packed balia, Cosimo's wealth enabled him to turn the tables in a year and exile his exilers, taking their place and silently absorbing their ..."

2. An Introduction to English Politics by John Mackinnon Robertson (1900)
"Exiled by a packed balia, Cosmo's wealth enabled him to turn the tables in a year and exile his exilers, taking their place and silently absorbing their ..."

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