[ ik-skloo-zhuh n ]
/ ɪkˈsklu ʒən /
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Origin of exclusion
Related formsex·clu·sion·ar·y, adjectivenon·ex·clu·sion, nounpre·ex·clu·sion, nounself-ex·clu·sion, noun
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Examples from the Web for self-exclusion
But the real effect of New York's self-exclusion, so narrowly prevented, would have been a negative one.The Ifs of History|Joseph Edgar Chamberlin
British Dictionary definitions for self-exclusion
/ (ɪkˈskluːʒən) /
the act or an instance of excluding or the state of being excluded
Derived Formsexclusionary, adjective
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Word Origin and History for self-exclusion
c.1400, from Latin exclusionem (nominative exclusio), noun of action from past participle stem of excludere (see exclude).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Medicine definitions for self-exclusion
[ ĭk-sklōō′zhən ]
Surgical isolation of a part or segment without removal from the body.
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