excluded (part of speech: verb)
dislocated (part of speech: verb)
secluded (part of speech: verb)
disbarred, boycott, confined, closeted, boycotted, lonely, sequestered, cloistered, excommunicated, ejected, expatriated, xenophobic, screened, evicted, secluded, deported, extradited, blacklisted, insulated, outcast, eliminated, reclusive, antisocial, segregated, isolated, extirpated, cordoned, aloof, anonymous, hermitic, blackballed, alienated, ousted, banished, rejected, solitary, separated, ostracized, excluded, misanthropic, removed, detached, expelled, alone, maverick
- The right- hand man of the exiled monarch was not likely to find favour in the eyes of those who were now in possession.
- In France her friends were scattered and exiled, and the great Cardinal was stronger than ever; in England she had proved her power to touch her husband's heart, but not to rule his counsels. - "Henrietta Maria", Henrietta Haynes.
- Now most of the rows stood empty; many of the Roman families, since the Vandal conquest, had moved away, been driven forth, exiled. - "The Scarlet Banner", Felix Dahn.