It proposes to effect the same object—to exclude the South from all territory acquired by the Mexican treaty.
Our national game cannot afford to exclude special features.
An attempt to exclude him on charges of atheism and blasphemy failed.
For the first time that look seemed to exclude him from her inmost life.
This does not exclude God but it discovers Him in resident forces and finds in law the revelation of His method.
Yet did it not exclude them both from much that is gracious?
The sailors of the imperial fleet used to stretch sail-cloth over it to exclude the burning rays of the sun.
God has made sunny spots in the heart; why should we exclude the light from them?
And we often use the word selfish so as to exclude in the same manner all regards to the good of others.
The use of one remedy does not exclude the use of the other.
exclude late 14c., from L. excludere "keep out, shut out, hinder," from ex- "out" + claudere "to close, shut" (see close (v.)). Related: Excluded; excluding.