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banned, barred, forbidden, prohibited, proscribed, repudiated, Amputated, Denied, Disallowed, Eradicated, Excised, Relegated, Renounced, rejected, removed, Banished, Blackballed, Deported, Disbarred, Ejected, Eliminated, Evicted, Excluded, Excommunicated, Exiled, Expelled, Extradited, Ostracized, blacklisted.
alienated, alone, aloof, anonymous, antisocial, boycott, cloistered, confined, detached, hermitic, isolated, lonely, maverick, misanthropic, outcast, reclusive, secluded, segregated, separated, sequestered, solitary, xenophobic, Banished, Blackballed, Deported, Disbarred, Ejected, Eliminated, Excluded, Excommunicated, Exiled, Extirpated, Extradited, Ostracized, blacklisted, closeted, cordoned.
disqualified, ignored, Forbade.
rejected, removed, Boycotted, Evicted, Expelled, Insulated, Ousted, Screened.
Examples of usage:
  1. The citizens of, Moscow, and especially the rich ones, speak with pity of those, who for one reason or another, had expatriated themselves; and with them to expatriate one's self is to leave Moscow, which they consider as their native land. – The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
  2. He had expatriated himself many years ago and was in Madagascar. – The Rough Road by William John Locke
  3. Therefore the simply noble mind of Mary thought more of the real nobility that might dwell in the soul of this expatriated son of that country than of the possible appendages of rank he might have left there. – Thaddeus of Warsaw by Jane Porter
  4. Finally, either a great scandal occurs, and there is one dishonored home the more in the world, or an expatriated woman, thousands of miles from the friends and relatives who might be of some comfort to her, makes up her mind to accept " anything" for the sake of her children, and attempts to build up some sort of an existence out of the remains of her lost illusions, and the father wakes up from his dream to realize that his wealth has only served to ruin what he loved best in all the world. – Worldly Ways and Byways by Eliot Gregory
  5. Those who have seen the departure of emigrants at the Irish seaports, are not surprised at Irish disaffection- are not surprised that the expatriated youth joins the first wild scheme, which promises to release his country from such cruel scenes, and shares his money equally between his starving relatives at home, and the men who, sometimes as deceivers, and sometimes with a patriotism like his own, live only for one object- to obtain for Ireland by the sword, the justice which is denied to her by the law. – An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800 by Mary Frances Cusack