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The thing that was occupying his mind to the exclusion of all else was an acute, unbearable pain in his right hand. STAGE FRIGHT (2002)The thing that impressed me was her concentration on it to the exclusion of everything else, even to the exclusion of herself. THE EXECUTION (2002)For a long time, going home to Florence had been my one and only aim, preoccupying me to the exclusion of all else. TIME OF THE WOLF (2002)
It's simply that when they are engrossed in professionalism, they find it absorbing to the exclusion of everything else. (2002)
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British English: exclusion NOUN
The exclusion of something is the act of deliberately not using, allowing, or considering it.
It calls for the exclusion of all commercial lending institutions from the college loan programme.
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