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exilic

[ eg-zil-ik, ek-sil- ]
/ ɛgˈzɪl ɪk, ɛkˈsɪl- /
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adjective

pertaining to exile, especially that of the Jews in Babylon.

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Sometimes ex·il·i·an [eg-zil-i-uhn, ek-sil-] /ɛgˈzɪl ɪ ən, ɛkˈsɪl-/ .

Origin of exilic

First recorded in 1870–75; exile + -ic
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