What Does Excluded Mean?


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The word "excluded" is the past participle of the verb "exclude." Excluded can also act as a noun. Excluded means "left out," "barred" or "not considered." Words like rejected, eliminated, prohibited, disqualified, withheld, debarred, barred, ruled out, kept out, and expelled are some of the synonyms of "excluded." The word comes from the Latin word exclūdere, which means "shut."

Any person or thing which is rejected or not included in a particular list or count is said to be excluded. Here is an example of the word "excluded" as a verb in a sentence: The principal excluded Ryan and his colleagues from representing his school for the dancing completion. "Excluded" as a noun can be used in the sentence: The excluded list of applications is going to be studied once again by the dean.

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