Part of speech:
To refuse to accept, submit to, believe, or make use of:
To leave out or take out; make an exception of; exclude; omit
To refuse to allow (someone) to do something, go somewhere, or be a participant; exclude:
To prevent, hinder, or prohibit
To get rid of; remove:
To leave out or exclude.
To prevent; preclude:
(Computing) To prevent from accessing a data structure.
(With simple direct object)
To hold in an undetermined or undecided state.
To prohibit (an attorney) from the practice of law by official action or procedure.
Eject is defined as to release or give off.
(Idiomatic) To offer an idea for consideration.
(Psychoanalysis) The agency by which unpleasant ideas, memories, etc. are kept from entering consciousness, except symbolically as in dreams
The condition or fact of being excluded.
A formal ecclesiastical censure that deprives a person of the right to belong to a church.
A rejection or exclusion by general consent, as from a group or from acceptance by society
(UK politics) The time between the announcement and holding of an election, during which any governmental activities that may be construed as potentially benefiting or promoting a specific political party or prospective candidate are halted or suspended.
The state of being rejected.
Repression is defined as controlling or limiting someone or something by force or by exercise of authority, or the unconscious exclusion of thoughts from the mind.
The policy or practice of separating people of different races, classes, or ethnic groups, as in schools, housing, and public or commercial facilities, especially as a form of discrimination.
The condition of being so sorted or distinguished:
The legal process by which such sequestering is accomplished.
A process in which a person consciously excludes anxiety-producing thoughts, feelings, or memories.
An object, word, or act protected by such a prohibition.
To vote against, especially to veto the admission of.
To place on or as if on a blacklist.
To boycott is to not use or buy a product or service in order to show support for a cause.
To exclude, by an act of ecclesiastical authority, from the sacraments, rights, and privileges of a church; censure by cutting off from communion with a church
To deprive of membership or rights in an organization; force to leave:
Preclude is defined as to prevent something from happening or to prevent someone from doing something.
Prevent is defined as to stop something from happening.
To set apart from others or from the main mass or group; isolate; specif., to impose a system of segregation on (racial groups, social facilities, etc.)
Welcome is defined as to greet someone or accept something with pleasure or satisfaction.
(Intransitive, idiomatic) To show emotion, to grieve or be concerned about something or someone.
To endure resignedly or patiently:
To include (something) as a part.
The definition of add means to join or bring together for the purpose of increasing in number or importance or to change the effect.
- Suspend refers to the removal, usually temporary, of someone from some organization, institution, etc., as for the infraction of some rule to suspend a student from school
- Eliminate implies the removal of that which is already in, usually connoting its undesirability or irrelevance to eliminate waste products, to eliminate fraud
- Disbar refers only to depriving a lawyer of the right to practice law
- Debar connotes the existence of some barrier, as legal authority or force, which excludes someone from a privilege, right, etc. to debar certain groups from voting
- Exclude implies a keeping out or prohibiting of that which is not yet in to exclude someone from membership
Find another word for exclude. In this page you can discover 63 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for exclude, like: bar, shut out, keep out, reject, except, ban, debar, eliminate, omit, prohibit and disallow.