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adjective as in omitted

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Neither deal necessarily precludes Morey from building a trade package for James Harden, the Houston Rockets’ disgruntled superstar, around Simmons.

Nationals bring back utility player Josh Harrison, hitting coach Kevin LongNone of this precludes the Nationals from negotiating with Eaton, Kendrick, Sánchez or Thames in the coming weeks and months.

None of this precludes lone wolf scenarios — where one or two troublemakers show up intent on intimidation.

Because dressing fashionably often precludes bulk, base layers, particularly on the bottom half of your body, may be your best chance to add warmth.

Taking decisive action to protect people from the virus shouldn’t preclude careful consideration about technological deployment, especially when there are well-known problems with the technology in question.

The warrants too often precluded the clients from securing shelter and services, and access to job programs.

He's right that it's "ridiculous" to assume that his poundage precluded a race for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016.

It would have gotten him off the street, and nothing would have precluded the state police from further investigation.

Her refusal to just say she did it precluded her from simply saying she was sorry she did it, and she was twice denied clemency.

His tone precluded questions and run she did with the manager on her right.

Even Ellen forgot to sniff, and all set to with a vigor that rather precluded conversation.

Were the King and Privy Council to be precluded from inquiring into such complaints?

This disturbed him most, he was surprised to find, because it precluded his going forth in search of food.

Barnstable precluded any reply, by bowing to his captive, and turning away to superintend the management of his vessels.

The lightness of his army's equipment precluded the possibility of pursuit; its strength secured it an almost undisputed passage.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to precluded, such as: absent, deleted, erased, expunged, forgotten, and missing.

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