excluding (part of speech: verb)
dislocating (part of speech: verb)
secluding (part of speech: verb)
blacklisting, deporting, cordoning, expatriating, boycotting, banishing, eliminating, sequestering, expelling, excluding, extraditing, segregating, confining, evicting, cloistering, detaching, rejecting, excommunicating, ousting, closeting, isolating, alienating, extirpating, ostracizing, screening, separating, secluding, blackballing, insulating, removing, disbarring, ejecting
- He believed that he knew best how to ward off suspicion of his motives in thus exiling himself to a mountain top. - "The Lookout Man", B. M. Bower.
- Always short of money, though with a little management he might have been at ease, he ended by exiling himself to a distant colony, leaving his wife and children in the mother country. - "The Simple Life", Charles Wagner.
- This game is from the ancient Greeks, and is said to have arisen from a custom of exiling wrangling political opponents by writing their names on an oyster shell and sending from the city the one whose name fell uppermost when the shell was tossed. - "Games for the Playground, Home, School and Gymnasium", Jessie H. Bancroft.