Definition of Exiling

1. Verb. (present participle of exile) ¹



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Definition of Exiling

1. exile [v] - See also: exile

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exiling

exiguously
exiguousness
exiguousnesses
exilable
exilarch
exilarchs
exile
exiled
exilement
exilements
exiler
exilers
exiles
exilian
exilic
exiling (current term)
exilities
exilition
exility
eximious
eximiously
exinanitions
exine
exines
exing
exinitic
exist
existability
existable
existance

Literary usage of Exiling

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1. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1852)
"... French Cardinals—Debate on proposal to repeal the Law exiling the Bourbon Family—National Guard Organic Bill—tS',veech of the President of the Republic ..."

2. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History and Politics of the Year (1852)
"... Presidentship—Discussion respecting French Cardinals—Debate on proposal to repeal the Laur exiling the Bourbon Family—National Guard Organic Bill—Speech ..."

3. Autobiography, a Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing Lives Ever (1830)
"... but as the dauphiness had ex- hibited some show of regard for this lady, he felt reluctant to annoy His grandaughter by exiling a person for whom she ..."

4. A History of South America, 1854-1904 by Charles Edmond Akers (1904)
"Decree exiling Santos. Election of Herrera y Obes. URUGUAY has experienced to a marked extent the unrest customary in South America, where armed revolution ..."

5. A Journey to Two of the Oases of Upper Egypt by Archibald Edmonstone (1822)
"On the other hand, Saint Athana- sius, speaking of them as places of banishment, complains of " the Arians having exceeded the Emperor's orders, in exiling ..."

6. A New Biographical Dictionary, of 3000 Cotemporary Public Characters (1825)
"published in one of the Journals an adieu to the gentlemen of Brussels, complaining that the government was exiling an exile. The Journal of Debates, ..."

7. Natural Laws, Or, The Infallible Criterion by Joachim Kaspary (1876)
"diffusion of the beneficent doctrine of Tyrannicide will prevent the son of a priest-ridden woman from murdering, exiling or imprisoning thousands of the ..."

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