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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An exile.
“Come, Brother Sorcerer," cried Drinij Bara exul - tantly.”
“Jaelithe had gone to Es Castle and the Guardians, alive and vibrant in her exul - tation over her discovery that as a witch she had not been rendered impotent.”
“Sullae equites _abdiderat_ 'and Lucan II 70' exul limosa Marius caput”
“= Compare _RA_ 119 _'dum furor in cursu est_, currenti cede furori 'and _Met_ XIII 508-10 (Hecuba speaking)' _in cursuque meus dolor est_: modo maxima rerum ... nunc trahor exul, inops, tumulis auulsa meorum '.”
“Non qui tempore Caesaris secundi aeterno incoluit Tomos reatu: non qui consimili deinde casu ad volgi tenuem strepentis auram irati fuit histrionis exul.”
“Adde quod edictum, quamvis immite minaxque, attamen in poenae nomine lene fuit; quippe relegatus, non exul, dicor in illo, privaque fortunae sunt ibi verba meae.”
“Decessit longo senio confectus exul Antonino Pio imperatore.”
“Soon after, the familiar voice of friendship was dulled to him -- _exul patriæ_ -- by the boom of the broad Atlantic; and now his bones rest far away from those alcoves and their classic dust.”
“Liber Pontificalis", informs us of the banishment and the miraculous return of Lucius: "Hic exul fuit et postea nutu Dei incolumis ad ecclesiam reversus est.”
“Dungal, who like many of his fellow-exiles from Ireland styles himself peregrinus, exul, pauper et peregrinus.”
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