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Spell check of Deported

Correct spelling: Deported

Synonyms:
closeted, expatriated, dislocated, amputated, secluded, hermitic, excised, isolated, extradited, disbarred, detached, confined, comported, screened, barred, excommunicated, alienated, ostracized, ejected, evicted, ousted, relegated, disjoined, eliminated, practiced, blacklisted, boycott, rejected, boycotted, did, blackballed, reclusive, disqualified, ignored, insulated, disengaged, eradicated, exiled, proscribed, separated, lonely, banished, denied, forbidden, solitary, repudiated, banned, conducted, dislodged, antisocial, alone, prohibited, expelled, displaced, cordoned, acted, cloistered, behaved, forbade, done, unseated, xenophobic, renounced, sequestered, segregated, disconnected, performed, anonymous, maverick, disallowed, proceeded, outcast, aloof, excluded, misanthropic, extirpated, removed.

Examples of usage:

1) It is highly improbable that any such criticism would under the circumstances have been made in public by the leaders of Sinn Fein: in any case they were not afforded the opportunity to make it, for they were arrested and deported as part of the measures of repression taken after the Rising had collapsed. - "The Evolution of Sinn Fein", Robert Mitchell Henry.

2) He escaped into Austria, was again captured and sentenced to death, but was handed over to Russia and deported to Siberia. - "A Biographical Dictionary of Freethinkers of All Ages and Nations", Joseph Mazzini Wheeler.

3) When she desired to garrison or to reduce to impotence any conquered district, the population of some other conquered district would be deported thither, while the new subjects took the vacant place. - "The Ancient East", D. G. Hogarth.

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