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exclusion

noun ex·clu·sion \iks-ˈklü-zhən\

Definition of EXCLUSION

1
:  the act or an instance of excluding
2
:  the state of being excluded
ex·clu·sion·ary \-zhə-ˌner-ē\ adjective

Origin of EXCLUSION

Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin exclusion-, exclusio, from excludere
First Known Use: 15th century

Other Legal Terms

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EXCLUSION Defined for Kids

exclusion

noun ex·clu·sion \ik-ˈsklü-zhən\

Definition of EXCLUSION for Kids

:  the act of shutting or keeping out :  the state of being shut or kept out
Medical Dictionary

exclusion

noun ex·clu·sion \iks-ˈklü-zhən\

Medical Definition of EXCLUSION

:  surgical separation of part of an organ from the rest without excision
ex·clude \iks-ˈklüd\ transitive verb, ex·clud·ed ex·clud·ing
June 29, 2015
expeditious Hear it
efficient or prompt
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