excluding (part of speech: verb)
ejecting, ousting, deporting, banning, expatriating, amputating, eliminating, ignoring, prohibiting, eradicating, forbidding, rejecting, excluding, evicting, expelling, blacklisting, excising, excommunicating, repudiating, proscribing, banishing, disbarring, barring, exiling, ostracizing, removing, denying, blackballing, renouncing, relegating, disallowing, extraditing, boycotting
prohibiting (part of speech: verb)
- Lord Stanley had ruled that, choosing to assume relations disqualifying them to vote with the governor, they were perfectly free to do so; but having done so, they could not retain their employment. - "The History of Tasmania, Volume I (of 2)", John West.
- Both his health and spirits are bad, two very disqualifying circumstances for that employment; yours, I hope, will enable you, some time or other, to go through with it. - "Letters to His Son, 1753-1754", The Earl of Chesterfield.
- We hope our reader will have reason justly to acquit us of any such confounding ideas in the following pages; in which, as we are to record the actions of a great man, so we have nowhere mentioned any spark of goodness which had discovered itself either faintly in him, or more glaringly in any other person, but as a meanness and imperfection, disqualifying them for undertakings which lead to honour and esteem among men. - "The History of the Life of the Late Mr. Jonathan Wild the Great", Henry Fielding.