excepting[ ik-sep-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF excepting
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCEPTING
A blessing that is of no advantage to us excepting when we part with it.
He slept well, excepting when he was awakened by the roar of a bear or some other wild animal.
Excepting, however, in their enthusiasm, no two men could be less alike in character.
Will a five-cent tax on single purchases (excepting foodstuffs) of $5?
Excepting when he was with the army, he would never get on horseback.
Excepting the Abbe Dubois there is no priest in my son's favour.
No water, excepting the emergency ration you have up there in the box.
All of your crew, excepting those who wish to sign on with me, will be freed with you.
At length he cut the corn and took it into the barn, excepting a single bunch.
If he loses his spear you count five (excepting when he is put overboard).