Origin of exclusion
Related Words for exclusionembargo, omission, rejection, veto, refusal, prohibition, removal, eviction, segregation, separation, discharge, elimination, suspension, boycott, proscription, blackball, ostracism, excommunication, cut, dismissal
Examples from the Web for exclusion
Contemporary Examples of exclusion
The fashion industry could never, would never, state its exclusion of black models overtly.One Vogue Cover Doesn’t Solve Fashion’s Big Race Problem
January 2, 2015
And what they wanted was pink and purple, to the exclusion of every other color.Why I Finally Let My Girls Be Girly
May 17, 2014
The reasoning task requires the mice to make an inference by exclusion.
It infers by exclusion that the food must be under the novel object.
To maintain the exclusion from combat roles creates an artificial boundary that women cannot cross.‘Slut, Bitch, Dyke’—Joan of Arc and the Modern Military Woman
August 21, 2013
Historical Examples of exclusion
Exclusion was to me starvation, and I eagerly adopted the counsel of my companion.
I find I must be intensely individual, not to the exclusion of others, but in praying.Ester Ried Yet Speaking
His thoughts were full to the brim with things that held them concentrated to the exclusion of all else.The Law-Breakers
But I thought it better to err on the side of inclusion than on that of exclusion.Aino Folk-Tales
Basil Hall Chamberlain
For many weeks Benda was absorbed in his job, to the exclusion of all else.
- the act or an instance of excluding or the state of being excluded
c.1400, from Latin exclusionem (nominative exclusio), noun of action from past participle stem of excludere (see exclude).
- Surgical isolation of a part or segment without removal from the body.