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EXCLU'SION, noun s as z. The act of excluding, or of thrusting out; ejection; as the exclusion of a fetus.

1. The act of denying entrance or admission; a shutting out.

2. The act of debarring from participation in a privilege, benefit, use or enjoyment.

3. Rejection; non-reception or admission, in a general sense.

4. Exception.

5. Ejection; that which is emitted or thrown out.