• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Exclusionary Tending to exclude; causing exclusion; exclusive.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • exclusionary Tending to exclude or debar.
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In news:

According to Krystal D'Costa, who runs Scientific American' s blog Anthropology in Practice, people are naturally inclined to form exclusionary clubs and cliques .
Exclusionary Zoning in Rural Maine.
Exclusionary Policies at VMI.
Exclusionary -Rule Fight Moves to Supreme Court.
Kwanzaa is embraced because it is inclusive, not exclusionary.
Those in support of this amendment cite religious reasons for amending our secular constitution to be exclusionary.
They found that LGB people living in the nine states that passed an exclusionary marriage amendment reported higher levels of psychological distress and depressive symptoms when compared to people living in the other states.
Or worse, it can sound exclusionary to those who do not understand.
Child-free zones and other innovations in exclusionary living.
Don't try to "work around" the exclusionary rule.
For a long time the neighborhood alternative to Belle Meade Country Club, Sperry 's was once considered to be just as exclusionary.
Zoning, as proposed for Buncombe April 10, is still exclusionary and racist and thus consistent with Asheville's history of overtly racial zoning.
In Mein Kampf, Hitler applauded America's exclusionary immigration laws.
As the trial got underway, Board Chairman Shigeto "Mustard" Murayama invoked his beloved "exclusionary rule" (see the Oct 20, 2005 LC Watch for more on this) to kick any potential witnesses out of the hearing room.
On Tuesday, the leadership of the Boy Scouts of America announced that it would uphold an archaic and exclusionary policy that bans gay Scouts and Scout leaders.

In science:

The exclusionary force could originate from at least three potential sites: electrostatic charges, chemical gradients, and water structuring.
Long-range forces extending from polymer-gel surfaces