excludable

[ik-skloo-duh-buhl]
adjective
1.
capable of being excluded.
noun
2.
something that is excluded or exempted.
3.
(in U.S. immigration statutes) an undesirable alien who is not legally eligible to enter the country: Excludables include convicts and drug addicts.
Also, excludible.


Origin:
1915–20; exclude + -able

excludability, noun
unexcludable, adjective
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exclude (ɪkˈskluːd)
 
vb
1.  to keep out; prevent from entering
2.  to reject or not consider; leave out
3.  to expel forcibly; eject
4.  to debar from school, either temporarily or permanently, as a form of punishment
 
[C14: from Latin exclūdere, from claudere to shut]
 
ex'cludable
 
adj
 
ex'cludible
 
adj
 
ex'cluder
 
n

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Example sentences
Gain from the sale or exchange of the main home is not excludable from income
  if it is allocable to periods of nonqualified use.
Health insurance for seniors is rival and excludable.
If there's something that's excludable but you don't believe should be welfare,
  it should be privatized.
The medical screening guidelines are all potentially excludable conditions
  unless otherwise noted.
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