excluding (part of speech: verb)
secluding (part of speech: verb)
blacklisting, deporting, cordoning, exiling, boycotting, banishing, eliminating, sequestering, expatriating, excluding, extraditing, segregating, confining, evicting, cloistering, detaching, rejecting, excommunicating, ousting, closeting, isolating, alienating, extirpating, ostracizing, screening, separating, secluding, blackballing, insulating, removing, disbarring, ejecting
- These three advantages, cooling in hot weather, expelling the milk in the shortest time, and working the butter the least, lead us to prefer using water, by one hundred per cent. - "Soil Culture", J. H. Walden.
- He then incited a revolt against the Oulemas, besieged Kourshyd Pasha in the citadel, made himself master of Cairo in the space of a few days, and finished his work by expelling the Mamluks. - "History Of Egypt From 330 B.C. To The Present Time, Volume 12 (of 12)", S. Rappoport.
- For where is the charm expelling Thy thought from its sacred dwelling? - "The Last Days of Pompeii", Edward George Bulwer-Lytton.