exclusive of


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exclusive of

prep.
Not including or considering: bought the house, exclusive of the outbuildings.
Translations
باسْتِثْناء
undtagen
nem számítva
aî frátöldum, fyrir utan
hesaba katmaksızın-i hariç tutarak

exclusive

(ikˈskluːsiv) adjective
1. tending to exclude.
2. (of a group etc) not easily or readily mixing with others or allowing others in. a very exclusive club.
3. given to only one individual or group etc. The story is exclusive to this newspaper.
4. fashionable and expensive. exclusive shops/restaurants.
exˈclusively adverb
exˈclusiveness noun
exclusive of
excluding. That is the price of the meal exclusive of service charge.
References in classic literature ?
The author has in preparation an annotated anthology of poems from the popular ballads down, exclusive of long poems.
Now, as those polar fisheries could only be prosecuted in the short summer of that climate, so that the whole cruise of one of these Dutch whalemen, including the short voyage to and from the Spitzbergen sea, did not much exceed three months, say, and reckoning 30 men to each of their fleet of 180 sail, we have 5,400 Low Dutch seamen in all; therefore, I say, we have precisely two barrels of beer per man, for a twelve weeks' allowance, exclusive of his fair proportion of that 550 ankers of gin.
From that premise the school of tulip-fanciers, the most exclusive of all schools, worked out the following syllogism in the same year: --

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