excluded (part of speech: verb)
secluded (part of speech: verb)
disbarred, boycott, confined, closeted, boycotted, lonely, sequestered, cloistered, excommunicated, ejected, exiled, 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
- Under a milder sky and a less drastic government the expatriated Scots lost nothing of their individuality. - "Stonewall Jackson And The American Civil War", G. F. R. Henderson.
- Having no interest in the soil which composes their country, they are virtually expatriated, and the middle class, which ought to constitute the real physical and moral strength of the land, ceases to exist as a rural estate, and is found only among the professional, the mercantile, and the industrial population of the cities. - "The Earth as Modified by Human Action", George P. Marsh.
- Florentines, Genoese, and others, driven away by revolutions, did for France what in after- times expatriated Frenchmen did for other countries to which they were compelled to flee by reason of tyranny at home. - "Cities of the Dawn", J. Ewing Ritchie.