excluded (part of speech: verb)
extradited, prohibited, amputated, proscribed, expatriated, forbade, eradicated, ejected, barred, excised, forbidden, evicted, excommunicated, exiled, boycotted, renounced, excluded, deported, ousted, ignored, eliminated, banished, disqualified, banned, blacklisted, blackballed, repudiated, expelled, removed, disbarred, disallowed, ostracized, denied, rejected
- But when she saw that every wish she expressed for quiet was met with sullen opposition, she slowly abandoned the idea, and relegated all her dreams of better things to a distant future, when she might look forward to a possibility of their being fulfilled. - "The Song of Songs", Hermann Sudermann.
- Ibsen seems never to have completely disowned this play; it has been included in all the complete editions, whereas The Warrior's Barrow and Olaf Liljekrans appear only in the first complete edition, and were even then relegated to a supplementary volume. - "Early Plays Catiline, The Warrior's Barrow, Olaf Liljekrans", Henrik Ibsen.
- There is, however, another reason, and one of profound significance, which I believe has hardly been touched upon at all, why woman has been thus constantly relegated to the inferior position. - "The Trade Union Woman", Alice Henry.