excluding (part of speech: verb)
secluding (part of speech: verb)
boycotting, detaching, deporting, expatriating, cloistering, blackballing, evicting, sequestering, expelling, excommunicating, extraditing, segregating, cordoning, excluding, closeting, disbarring, rejecting, exiling, ousting, confining, isolating, alienating, extirpating, ostracizing, screening, separating, secluding, blacklisting, insulating, removing, ejecting, eliminating
- She revived an ancient tradition of the school which made it a breach of etiquette for girls to go into other form- rooms than their own, thus banishing Rona from V B, where she had often been brought in by Ulyth or good- natured Addie to share the fun that went on. - "For the Sake of the School", Angela Brazil.
- Accordingly plans were being formulated for the colonization and missionization of California when, by authority of his own sweet will, ruling a people who fully believed in the divine right of kings to do as they pleased, King Carlos the Third issued the proclamation already referred to, totally and completely banishing the Jesuits from all parts of his dominions, under penalty of imprisonment and death. - "The Old Franciscan Missions Of California", George Wharton James.
- Furthermore he strengthened the orthodox religion in his state by building numerous churches and monasteries, and by banishing the heretic Bogoumils. - "Hero Tales and Legends of the Serbians", Woislav M. Petrovitch.