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exclude (part of speech: verb)
seclude (part of speech: verb)
blacklist, deport, cordon, exile, boycott, banish, eliminate, sequester, expatriate, exclude, extirpate, segregate, confine, evict, cloister, detach, reject, excommunicate, ostracize, closet, insulate, alienate, expel, isolate, screen, separate, seclude, blackball, extradite, remove, disbar, eject
- She stood a few steps above him; her little candle, flashing its rays into the darkness of the upper and lower halls, made walls and balustrades seem vast by its flickering impotence to oust the darkness. - "A Dozen Ways Of Love", Lily Dougall.
- The count showed less respect for Lourde than Lourde for him; and he even aided the French on one occasion by a scheme to capture the place and oust the intruders. - "A Midsummer Drive Through The Pyrenees", Edwin Asa Dix.
- And oust his chief! - "Modeste Mignon", Honore de Balzac.