ex·clude /ik-'sklüd/ vt ex·clud·ed, ex·clud·ing1: to prevent or restrict the entry or admission ofexclude hearsay evidence2: to remove from participation, consideration, or inclusion (as in insurance coverage)the excluded perils include acts of war
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
avoid, ban, banish, bar, block, blockade, boycott, cast out, censor, count out, debar, deny entry, deport, deprive, disallow, disbar, discount, disdain, dismiss, disown, displace, disqualify, disregard, eject, eliminate, eradicate, except, excludere, excommunicate, excuse, exempt, exile, eximere, expatriate, expel, force out, forswear, have nothing to do with, ignore, impose a ban, isolate, keep from entering, keep out, lay aside, leave out, leave unregarded, liberate, make an exception, neglect, omit, ostracize, oust, outlaw, overlook, pass over, place out of bounds, preclude, prevent, prohibere, prohibit, proscribe, put aside, put out, quarantine, rebuff, refuse to admit, refuse to consider, refuse to include, refuse to see, reject, remove, renounce, repel, repudiate, repulse, restrict, rule out, scorn, segregate, sequester, set apart, set aside, shut out, spurn, taboo, take out, throw out, thrust out, treat as a special case, turn away, turn out, uproot, veto, weed
associated concepts: exclude from a will, exclude from employment
abrogate (rescind), ban, block, censor, clog, condemn (ban), debar, deport (banish), discharge (dismiss), dislodge, displace (remove), disqualify, eject (expel), eliminate (exclude), estrange, expatriate, expel, forbid, isolate, omit, outlaw, preclude, preempt, prohibit, proscribe (prohibit), refuse, reject, relegate, remove (eliminate), renounce, repudiate, restrict, screen (select), seclude, select, separate, sequester (seclude)
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
v.To deny access or entrance; to keep out; to remove.
The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008.