exclusion

Definitions (3)

1. A loss or risk that a policy does not cover.
2. An item that must be reported on a tax return even though it is not taxed;
3. More generally, something not included.

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I didn't want his exclusion from the game to effect his attitude any further because we really needed the best of him for tomorrows events.

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Given that the United States is highly unlikely to experience a foreign invasion in the near future, most homeowners give little thought to the war exclusion clause in their homeowners insurance policies, which allows the insurance company not to cover damages resulting from acts of war.

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After my company's factory burned down, my boss was horrified to learn that arson was treated as an exclusion for our insurance policy and that we would not be paid the insurance money if the police learned what he had done.

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