Synonyms for Excluded:
repudiated, Ejected, Exiled, Excommunicated, banned, prohibited, Expelled, Deported, forbidden, Amputated, Relegated, Extradited, Evicted, removed, Disallowed, Disbarred, Denied, Banished, barred, Eradicated, blacklisted, rejected, proscribed, Expatriated, Eliminated, Blackballed, Ostracized, Renounced, Excised.
barred, Disclaimed, discarded, Snipped, junked, deep-sixed, disapproved, scrapped, Denied, Excised, chopped, Trashed, blacklisted, abandoned, checked, Blackballed, jettisoned, cut, rejected, Disallowed, jilted, shed, Eliminated.
antisocial, lonely, cordoned, Exiled, Ejected, boycott, Expatriated, aloof, Extradited, alone, sequestered, reclusive, hermitic, anonymous, Banished, closeted, maverick, Deported, alienated, secluded, Excommunicated, cloistered, Extirpated, solitary, Ostracized, blacklisted, outcast, Eliminated, detached, isolated, Blackballed, segregated, misanthropic, xenophobic, separated, Disbarred, confined.
Forbade, ignored, disqualified.
drained, scraped, Culled, Ejaculated, Ejected, Disgorged, Vomited, Excreted, Belched, discharged, Secreted, seeped, cropped, evacuated, erupted, Sniped, shedded, lopped, sheared, Emitted, vented, Curtailed, exhausted, Spewed, Exuded, Oppugned, clipped.
Boycotted, Insulated, Expelled, removed, Ousted, Screened, Evicted.
Usage examples for Excluded
Several conversations were also held on the subject with the officers of justice, from which the Hong merchants were excluded – Travels in China, Containing Descriptions, Observations, and Comparisons, Made and Collected in the Course of a Short Residence at the Imperial Palace of Yuen-Min-Yuen, and on a Subsequent Journey through the Country from Pekin to Canton by John Barrow
He threw himself upon the ground at her feet, and, as on the occasion of their first childish interview, gently lifted her bowed head from the hands upon which it had fallen, and compelled her to look him in the face, saying at the same time in the most imploring accents, " Tell me, Gerty, in pity tell me, why I am excluded from your sympathy?" – The Lamplighter by Maria S. Cummins