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Definition of "exclusion" [ex•clu•sion]

  • The act or practice of excluding. (noun)
  • The condition or fact of being excluded. (noun)
  • The act or an instance of excluding or the state of being excluded (noun)

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Use "exclusion" in a sentence
  • "Note 84: Pat McCarthy, a registered nurse and a certified schoolteacher, recalls her exclusion from the midwifery crew and from teaching at The Farm school with some resentment."
  • "Sports Minister Ngconde Balfour has criticised certain sports federations for what he calls their exclusion of blacks from management positions."
  • "Where systematic discrimination excludes minorities from vital governmental departments (public safety, education), the exclusion is aimed at and felt by the affected black or Hispanic community."