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used in The House of Hades

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to force someone to live outside of their homeland; or living in such a condition

or more rarely:  voluntary absence from a place someone would rather be
  • Exiling your own son here for centuries—that was beyond cruel.
    p. 310.3
  • Percy should have followed up with Calypso, made sure the gods sprang her from her exile on Ogygia like they'd promised.
    p. 240.7
  • My poor lover was tormented, forced into exile, given horrible tasks to prove her worth.
    p. 287.9
  • Gaea opened the earth, and I was consumed, exiled here in the belly of my father Tartarus, where all the useless flotsam collects—all the bits of creation he does not care for.
    p. 309.8
  • Annabeth gazed around the hut, trying to imagine how many eons Damasen had been exiled here—slaying the drakon, collecting its bones and hide and meat, knowing it would attack again the next day.
    p. 310.2
  • "It's not bad enough I am exiled?
    p. 370.5
  • Whatever had happened to Leo during his five days of exile, it had changed him.
    p. 476.7

There are no more uses of "exile" in The House of Hades.

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