exclusion

[ ik-skloo-zhuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF exclusion

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Exclusion was to me starvation, and I eagerly adopted the counsel of my companion.

I find I must be intensely individual, not to the exclusion of others, but in praying.

His thoughts were full to the brim with things that held them concentrated to the exclusion of all else.

But I thought it better to err on the side of inclusion than on that of exclusion.

For many weeks Benda was absorbed in his job, to the exclusion of all else.

One regret, a great remorse, filled her to the exclusion of all else.

Another evil is also to be guarded against,—that of giving your attention to sheep to the exclusion of cattle.

The division of the soul throws a new light on our exclusion of imitation.

Something occupied her at the moment of his waking to the exclusion of all else.

His mind was set on the object of his talk, to the exclusion of all else.

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