verb (used with object), ex·clud·ed, ex·clud·ing.
- excluded middle,
- exclusion clause,
- exclusion principle
Origin of exclude
Examples from the Web for excluding
There have been certain exceptions, but the policy is tilted heavily to excluding Sikhs because of their beards and turbans.
As Rajdeep Singh noted, excluding Sikhs from the NYPD is counterproductive to the very idea of community-based policing.
There are 11,000 Americans killed by gun violence every year, excluding suicides.
They are total, and have been used as the basis for excluding Israeli academics from conferences.
It's not, however, in my opinion, a justifiable or moral basis for excluding individuals from the Jewish community.What to Make of Le Mood's Decision to Disinvite Speakers Over Israel Politics?|Mira Sucharov|November 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He approved Hallock's order Number Three excluding fugitives from the lines.The Abolitionists|John F. Hume
It recurs, however, about forty times, excluding repetitions in parallel accounts in the several Gospels.Jesus the Christ|James Edward Talmage
Nor is there as a rule anything to be gained by modifying the diet or by excluding this or that article of food.The Nervous Child|Hector Charles Cameron
These principles, excluding both creation and its finalities, implicitly denied the immortality of the soul.Spontaneous Activity in Education|Maria Montessori
I reached out for the key and he took my hand in his, holding it to his breast with a movement of excluding human kindness.A Woman of Genius|Mary Austin