exile

Ostracise vs Exile - What's the difference?

ostracise | exile |


As verbs the difference between ostracise and exile

is that ostracise is while exile is .

As a noun exile is

exile (someone in exile).

As an adjective exile is

exiled, in exile.

Ousting vs Exile - What's the difference?

ousting | exile | Related terms |

Ousting is a related term of exile.


As verbs the difference between ousting and exile

is that ousting is while exile is .

As nouns the difference between ousting and exile

is that ousting is the act by which somebody is ousted while exile is exile (someone in exile).

As an adjective exile is

exiled, in exile.

Displacement vs Exile - What's the difference?

displacement | exile |


As nouns the difference between displacement and exile

is that displacement is the act of displacing, or the state of being displaced; a putting out of place while exile is exile (someone in exile).

As an adjective exile is

exiled, in exile.

As a verb exile is

.

Exile vs Misfit - What's the difference?

exile | misfit |


As nouns the difference between exile and misfit

is that exile is exile (someone in exile) while misfit is an ill-fitting garment.

As verbs the difference between exile and misfit

is that exile is while misfit is (intransitive) to fit badly.

As an adjective exile

is exiled, in exile.

Exile vs Apostate - What's the difference?

exile | apostate | Related terms |

Exile is a related term of apostate.


As nouns the difference between exile and apostate

is that exile is exile (someone in exile) while apostate is a person who has renounced a religion or faith.

As adjectives the difference between exile and apostate

is that exile is exiled, in exile while apostate is guilty of apostasy.

As a verb exile

is .

Exile vs Repatriate - What's the difference?

exile | repatriate |


As nouns the difference between exile and repatriate

is that exile is exile (someone in exile) while repatriate is a person who has returned to the country of origin or whose citizenship has been restored.

As verbs the difference between exile and repatriate

is that exile is while repatriate is to restore (a person) to his or her own country.

As an adjective exile

is exiled, in exile.

Exile vs Drive_out - What's the difference?

exile | drive_out | Related terms |

Exile is a related term of drive_out.


As verbs the difference between exile and drive_out

is that exile is while drive_out is (idiomatic) to push or to pull, ie to force, (someone or something) out of somewhere.

As a noun exile

is exile (someone in exile).

As an adjective exile

is exiled, in exile.

Exile vs Outlawry - What's the difference?

exile | outlawry | Related terms |

Exile is a related term of outlawry.


As nouns the difference between exile and outlawry

is that exile is exile (someone in exile) while outlawry is (legal|historical) a declaration that an individual cannot benefit from the protection of law in a jurisdiction.

As an adjective exile

is exiled, in exile.

As a verb exile

is .

Exile vs Eject - What's the difference?

exile | eject | Related terms |

Exile is a related term of eject.


As nouns the difference between exile and eject

is that exile is exile (someone in exile) while eject is a button on a machine that causes something to be ejected from the machine or eject can be (psychology) (by analogy with subject and object ) an inferred object of someone else's consciousness.

As verbs the difference between exile and eject

is that exile is while eject is to compel (a person or persons) to leave.

As an adjective exile

is exiled, in exile.

Exile vs Boycott - What's the difference?

exile | boycott | Related terms |

Exile is a related term of boycott.


As a noun exile

is exile (someone in exile).

As an adjective exile

is exiled, in exile.

As a verb exile

is .

As a proper noun boycott is

(a village name).

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