Definition of internal exile in English:

internal exile

Line breaks: in|tern¦al exile

noun

[mass noun]
Penal banishment from a part of one’s own country.
More example sentences
  • In the Soviet era, political purges killed millions and sent millions more to hard labor or internal exile.
  • Many of these were intellectuals, who had suffered imprisonment and internal exile or lived for periods abroad, whose values were very different from those of plebeian incomers.
  • Prison was followed by internal exile and attempted suicide.

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