Definition of blacklist :
To put in a black list as deserving of suspicion, censure, or punishment; esp. to put in a list of persons stigmatized as insolvent or untrustworthy, -- as tradesmen and employers do for mutual protection; as, to blacklist a workman who has been discharged. See Black list, under Black, a.
exclude (part of speech: verb)
seclude (part of speech: verb)
cloister, closet, isolate, detach, deport, evict, banish, exile, expatriate, remove, sequester, expel, cordon, oust, extirpate, disbar, segregate, confine, extradite, ostracize, screen, seclude, separate, insulate, alienate, excommunicate, boycott
reject (part of speech: verb)
discharge, reject, crop, disgorge, snip, check, vomit, cut, eject, eliminate, shed, disclaim, abandon, seep, excrete, deep-six, jettison, clip, chop, erupt, curtail, junk, blackball, exhaust, scrap, exclude, discard, shear, cull, exude, oppugn, ejaculate, belch, drain, evacuate, secrete, deny, excise, jilt, vent, disallow, trash, disapprove, bar, lop, emit, spew
- I don't blacklist no man in the dark, and I've said a heap more to that old ratter's face than I've ever said behind his back. - "The Honorable Senator Sage-Brush", Francis Lynde.
- I confess that it is hard to bring about, but as each nation has the right to choose with whom its citizens shall do business, we must mercilessly blacklist those firms which assist Germany by accepting, in lieu of the gold which would thus be drained from Germany, what amounts to the promise of Germany to pay if successful in war. - "Face to Face with Kaiserism", James W. Gerard.
- It is elementary that just as an employee may leave with cause or without cause, so an employer may discharge without cause or with cause, nor is he bound to state his reasons, and certain statutes requiring him to do so with the object of avoiding a blacklist have been declared unconstitutional in Southern States. - "Popular Law-making", Frederic Jesup Stimson.