We are Exiles, and most of our kindred have long ago departed and we too are now only tarrying here a while, ere we return over the Great Sea.
But this would mean exile, a flight from danger into danger, drawing it after me.
To take them into exile, where hunger and weariness may have no cure, is quite another — even if they are willing to come.
As is told in The Hobbit, there came one day to Bilbo’s door the great Wizard, Gandalf the Grey, and thirteen dwarves with him: none other, indeed, than Thorin Oakenshield, descendant of kings, and his twelve companions in exile.
I have had a month of exile and adventure, and I find that has been as much as I want.
Farewell! ’ Varda is the name of that Lady whom the Elves in these lands of exile name Elbereth.
If our folk had been exiled long and far from Lothlorien, who of the Galadhrim, even Celeborn the Wise, would pass nigh and would not wish to look upon their ancient home, though it had become an abode of dragons?
In the stern sat Aragorn son of Arathorn, proud and erect, guiding the boat with skilful strokes; his hood was cast back, and his dark hair was blowing in the wind, a light was in his eyes: a king returning from exile to his own land.
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She fled Tibet and is living in exile in India.
Napolean was forced into exile on the island of Elba.