extraction (part of speech: noun)
seclusion (part of speech: noun)
confinement, loneliness, aloneness, segregation, separation, misanthropy, captivity, isolation, standoffishness, aloofness, detachment, reclusion, solitude, apartheid, seclusion, xenophobia, anonymity, alienation, extirpation
killing (part of speech: noun)
exclusion (part of speech: noun)
denial, repudiation, abscission, banishment, rejection, eradication, excommunication, disallowance, ostracism, ejection, prohibition, boycott, excision, deportation, amputation, exile, exclusion, extradition, forbiddance, proscription, expatriation, disbarment, relegation, ban, elimination, renouncement
- But by the removal of Rapp and his followers, Mr. Owen was left with all the property on his hands, and he was thus compelled to get persons to come there to prevent things from going to ruin. - "History of American Socialisms", John Humphrey Noyes.
- In some cases the church officers, as already stated, gave public notice prior to removal of gravestones, in order that persons claiming an interest in the remains might repair and restore them; but more frequently the stones were cleared away and destroyed, or put somewhere out of sight without observation. - "In Search Of Gravestones Old And Curious", W.T. (William Thomas) Vincent.
- At length the fort was captured and great was the rejoicing in the British lines, for the surrender of Areacopong meant the removal of the chief barrier towards taking the capital of French India. - "The Strange Story Book", Mrs. Andrew Lang.