Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Tending to exclude or debar.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Tending to exclude; causing exclusion; exclusive.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Acting to exclude something

Etymologies

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exclusion +‎ -ary

Examples

  • I saw black people who made up about half that society in my home town go from being referred to in racially insulting terms to "colored folk" and boys and girls and happy folk who loved to sing and dance and I will tell you that the most harmless seeming term used as exclusionary is poison to the human spirit.

    GRINGOS AND GRINGAS....what's in an appelation?

  • I saw black people who made up about half that society in my home town go from being referred to in racially insulting terms to "colored folk" and boys and girls and happy folk who loved to sing and dance and I will tell you that the most harmless seeming term used as exclusionary is poison to the human spirit.

    GRINGOS AND GRINGAS....what's in an appelation?

  • I saw black people who made up about half that society in my home town go from being referred to in racially insulting terms to "colored folk" and boys and girls and happy folk who loved to sing and dance and I will tell you that the most harmless seeming term used as exclusionary is poison to the human spirit.

    GRINGOS AND GRINGAS....what's in an appelation?

  • I saw black people who made up about half that society in my home town go from being referred to in racially insulting terms to "colored folk" and boys and girls and happy folk who loved to sing and dance and I will tell you that the most harmless seeming term used as exclusionary is poison to the human spirit.

    GRINGOS AND GRINGAS....what's in an appelation?

  • I saw black people who made up about half that society in my home town go from being referred to in racially insulting terms to "colored folk" and boys and girls and happy folk who loved to sing and dance and I will tell you that the most harmless seeming term used as exclusionary is poison to the human spirit.

    GRINGOS AND GRINGAS....what's in an appelation?

  • I saw black people who made up about half that society in my home town go from being referred to in racially insulting terms to "colored folk" and boys and girls and happy folk who loved to sing and dance and I will tell you that the most harmless seeming term used as exclusionary is poison to the human spirit.

    GRINGOS AND GRINGAS....what's in an appelation?

  • I saw black people who made up about half that society in my home town go from being referred to in racially insulting terms to "colored folk" and boys and girls and happy folk who loved to sing and dance and I will tell you that the most harmless seeming term used as exclusionary is poison to the human spirit.

    GRINGOS AND GRINGAS....what's in an appelation?

  • I saw black people who made up about half that society in my home town go from being referred to in racially insulting terms to "colored folk" and boys and girls and happy folk who loved to sing and dance and I will tell you that the most harmless seeming term used as exclusionary is poison to the human spirit.

    GRINGOS AND GRINGAS....what's in an appelation?

  • I saw black people who made up about half that society in my home town go from being referred to in racially insulting terms to "colored folk" and boys and girls and happy folk who loved to sing and dance and I will tell you that the most harmless seeming term used as exclusionary is poison to the human spirit.

    GRINGOS AND GRINGAS....what's in an appelation?

  • I saw black people who made up about half that society in my home town go from being referred to in racially insulting terms to "colored folk" and boys and girls and happy folk who loved to sing and dance and I will tell you that the most harmless seeming term used as exclusionary is poison to the human spirit.

    GRINGOS AND GRINGAS....what's in an appelation?

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