Exclude in a sentence

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Definition of Exclude

  • To shut out; to hinder from entrance or admission; to debar from participation or enjoyment; to deprive of; to except; -- the opposite to admit; as, to exclude a crowd from a room or house; to exclude the light; to exclude one nation from the ports of another; to exclude a taxpayer from the privilege of voting.
  • To thrust out or eject; to expel; as, to exclude young animals from the womb or from eggs.
  • prevent from being included or considered or accepted
  • prevent from entering; keep out
  • put out or expel from a place
  • prevent from entering; shut out
  • lack or fail to include

How to use exclude in a sentence. Exclude pronunciation.

There were also some ill-wishers who took pleasure in saying that Napoleon was incapable of tender sentiments, and that the happiness of being a father could not penetrate this heart so filled with ambition as to exclude all else.
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Her frivolity did not exclude a suggestion of shrewdness, nor yet of capacity for emotion, but it was difficult to imagine wise or elevated thought behind that narrow brow.
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The Northern orators maintained that not only had the right of Congress to exclude slavery from the Territories been generally admitted, but that it was a demoralizing institution and more injurious to the whites even than to the blacks.
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Even Mr. Calhoun once seemed to have no doubt as to the authority of Congress to exclude slavery from the Territories, but he was decided enough in his opposition when he saw that it involved an irreconcilable conflict of interests,-that slavery and freedom are antagonistic ideas, concerning which there can be no genuine compromise.
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We have the same right to exclude the discussion of this question from these halls as from the capitals of our respective States.
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The Southern cities had as good a right to exclude inflammatory pamphlets as New York or Boston has to prevent the introduction of the cholera.
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The arch-conspirator-the haughty and defiant dictator-would not only exclude Congress from all legislation over its own territory in the national District, but he now would make Congress bolster up his cause.
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He tried to force Douglas to a declaration of the logical consequence of his position, namely, that, while he upheld the decision as a wise interpretation of the rights of the slave-owners to hold slaves in the Territories, yet the people of a Territory, under "the great principle of Popular Sovereignty" (which was Douglas's chief stock in trade), could exclude slavery from its limits even before it had formed a State constitution.
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This is not enough: among the particular sects of the chosen system, one only can be favored; all the others must be condemned: neither is this enough;-from this little remnant of a group I must exclude all those who have not fulfilled the conditions enjoined by its precepts.
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Because, to religious quarrels there is no end, since the prejudices of infancy and education almost unavoidably exclude impartial reasoning, and besides, the vanity of the champions becomes committed by the very publicity of the contest, never to give up a first assertion, whence result a spirit of sectarism and faction. 2.
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Aunt Bettie," said Bob. His uncle was touched by the thought that Bob was not willing to exclude his new aunt-to-be from participating in what would probably be her greatest joy-the success of her husband.
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It is more accurate to say that the separate creeds of Turkey and Persia are _within Mahommedanism; such, viz., as that neither excludes a man from the name of Mussulman; and, again, that Calvinism and Arminianism are doctrines _within_ the Protestant Church-as a church of general toleration for all religious doctrines not de-monstrably hostile to any cardinal truth of Christianity.
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The Jewish idea of being conceived of the Holy Ghost did not exclude the idea of human parentage.
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It is certainly neither philosophical nor philanthropical not to exclude the vilest of all passions, HATRED, on such a happy occasion.
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But so rigidly exacting is it that the symbol shall be preserved, and, in some rational way, interpreted, that it peremptorily excludes the Atheist from its communion, because, believing in no Supreme Being, no divine Architect, he must necessarily be without a spiritual trestle-board on which the designs of that Being may be inscribed for his direction.
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To illustrate how curiously the Sicilian mind works on these subjects, there were some who even spoke of it as demonstrating the fairness of the bandits, thus to exclude Savigno's friend from any connection with their quarrel.
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The last two reasons also exclude the opinion that Satan assumed merely the semblance of a serpent.
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The manner in which he quotes it, entirely excludes the notion that Moses was [Pg 109] speaking of Christ, only in so far as He belonged to the collective body of the prophets.
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It is true that this wider connection is also against those who would here _exclude_ Christ.
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It appears, _still further_, from the circumstance that, in the same passage, the command to exclude the Ammonites and Moabites is founded upon a special reason.
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Examples of Exclude

Example #1
I can cite, among many others in my knowledge, a little anecdote which touched me exceedingly, and which I take much pleasure in relating, since, while it triumphantly answers the calumnies of which I have spoken, it also proves the special consideration with which his Majesty honored me, and consequently, both as a father and a faithful servant, I experience a mild satisfaction in placing it in these Memoirs.
Example #2
Besides, it was not the first, as it was not the last, shaft of malice aimed at Napoleon; for his position was too high, his glory too brilliant, not to inspire exaggerated sentiments whether of joy or hatred.
Example #3
She was elaborately dressed, with only the most fashionable symbols of widowhood; rings adorned her podgy little hand, and a bracelet her white wrist.
Example #4
A handsome woman still, though not of the type that commands a reverent admiration.
Example #5
The Southern leaders became furiously agitated, and threatened to secede from the Union rather than submit to Northern dictation; while at the North the State legislatures demanded the exclusion of slaves from Missouri.
Example #6
The Southern leaders, on their side, maintained that Congress could not, under the Constitution, legislate on such a subject,-that it was a matter for the States alone to decide; and that slavery was essential to the prosperity of the Southern States, as white men could not labor in the cotton and rice fields.