rejecting (part of speech: verb)
shearing, discarding, checking, jettisoning, excluding, excreting, eliminating, chopping, culling, sniping, erupting, rejecting, discharging, clipping, secreting, venting, cropping, spewing, vomiting, junking, disclaiming, jilting, blacklisting, shedding, cutting, curtailing, disallowing, seeping, emitting, blackballing, evacuating, lopping, oppugning, exuding, exhausting, disgorging, ejaculating, draining, abandoning, disapproving, barring, deep-sixing, excising, trashing, belching, denying
excluding (part of speech: verb)
secluding (part of speech: verb)
cloistering, closeting, isolating, detaching, deporting, evicting, banishing, exiling, expatriating, removing, sequestering, expelling, cordoning, ousting, extirpating, disbarring, segregating, confining, extraditing, ostracizing, screening, secluding, separating, insulating, alienating, excommunicating, boycotting
- It burned, a little went the wrong way and it strangled, but the joy of ejecting a series of amber projectiles was Clifford's. - "Our Nervous Friends Illustrating the Mastery of Nervousness", Robert S. Carroll.
- Thus they were right in ejecting this fellow Burnbridge. - "The Coming of the King", James Hocking.
- On the Restoration, Dr. Peter Gunning, afterwards Bishop of Ely, was made Master; and the Earl of Manchester, who, as an officer of the Parliament, was the means of ejecting many of the Fellows, now directed that some of them should be restored to their places. - "St. John's College, Cambridge", Robert Forsyth Scott.