exclude[ ik-sklood ]SEE DEFINITION OF exclude
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It is a matter of course that the one should exclude the other.
The African magician I find it very difficult to exclude from my Wigwam too.
Let us not be supposed to exclude the intellect from a share in every highest office.
We cannot suppose that any one can really mean to exclude all imitation of others.
Now, does happiness consist in pleasures, or does it exclude them?
This has been thought by some to exclude the idea of the woman's power in the family.
No catalogue of American qualities and defects can exclude the trait of individualism.
This was enough, however, to exclude the person from all favour.
But all this does not exclude Fantômas as the guilty person!
After it has stood a proper time to settle, the pure honey is poured into earthen jars, tied down close to exclude the air.